Baldwin Supply to move belt facility within Minnesota

By |  March 23, 2021

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Baldwin Supply Co., a supplier of power transmission, automation, conveyor belts and other industrial products, is expanding its belting division into a 50,000-sq.-ft. facility in Fridley, Minnesota.

The facility will serve as the company’s primary belt fabrication facility, replacing Baldwin’s Minneapolis belt shop location.

According to the company, the new facility will be home to Baldwin’s dedicated belting branch operations and customer service team. The space will provide an upgrade to belt fabrication, inventory and shop space, Baldwin adds.

“This is a very exciting move for us,” says Rob LaRue, Baldwin president and COO. “Our new footprint will expand our capabilities to better serve our customers and branches across the Midwest.”

Additionally, Baldwin says the new location will provide needed space to expand its belt fabrication shop and help expand current capabilities that include, perforating, cleating, v-guiding, digital cutting, lacing and custom fabrications.

“The larger location provides an opportunity to further elevate our services, inventory and customer support, as well as enhance our capabilities to the many industries and customers that rely on our team daily,” says Mark Hiltgen, Baldwin vice president of lightweight belting.

Baldwin, which was founded in 1920, has 10 locations.

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