Screen Machine adds Horton Supply as dealer in Midwest

By |  March 2, 2021

Photo: Screen Machine and Horton Supply Co. logos

Horton Supply Co., a supplier of quarry and aggregate wear parts, is now a Screen Machine Industries (SMI) dealer for southeast, central and northwest Missouri, as well as southern Illinois.

Horton Supply will offer the full Screen Machine crushing and screening product line and provide parts and service in both areas.

Screen Machine manufactures crushers, screening plants and trommels. The company is located in Etna, Ohio, just east of Columbus.

“We are very excited about adding Screen Machine to our existing line of crushing and screening equipment,” says Jerry Freitag, co-owner and director of equipment sales at Horton Supply. “Partnering up with SMI will give us the opportunity to provide high-quality track equipment to our customers [who] cannot get the job done with wheeled plants. After touring the factory and seeing the quality of construction that went into each plant, I knew it was a product that we had to offer our customers.”

According to Screen Machine, Horton Supply has extensive experience in crushing and screening. It has been a primary source of conveyor belts, screen media, idlers, pulleys, bearings, bushings, electric motors, gearboxes, shafting, drill steel and safety gear to aggregate and mining companies since 1987.

The company has three locations – in Springfield, Fenton and Hollister, Missouri.

“We are delighted to have Horton Supply Co. join our dealer network and have them sell and service Screen Machine products in these key areas,” says John Lamprinakos, president and CEO of Screen Machine. “For more than 50 years, we have built our reputation on productivity, dependability and American innovation. Our product support is second to none. Horton Supply Co. shares those values and commitment to excellence. That made them a perfect addition to our growing Dealer network.”

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