Argonics Consolidates, Expands Michigan Facility
Allows polyurethane manufacturer to better serve its customers by improving efficiencies
Argonics announces the consolidation of its manufacturing plants into one plant, located at its Michigan facility.
This allows the polyurethane manufacturer to better serve its customers by improving efficiencies, increasing production capacities, decreasing delivery times, and expanding product offerings.
Argonics’ Michigan plant is known for producing high-volume polyurethane products for the bulk material handling industry such as conveyor belt cleaning systems, skirting, and liners. The former Argonics plant in Louisville, Colorado produced smaller, low volume/high quantity specialty products, including its Kryptane® brand of agricultural rollers and precision rollers. Going forward, all products will be produced at the facility in Gwinn, Michigan.
To accommodate the consolidation, additional Michigan plant production and dispensing space was constructed. In addition to the production expansion, Argonics added a large climate-controlled warehouse to its arsenal for staging and storage. “I am excited about the consolidation process as it will allow us to increase our efficiencies, production capacity, and offer solutions to a larger variety of customer products at a lower cost. We see potential for large growth in the future,” says Mark Larson, VP-General Manager.
About Argonics, Inc.
Founded in 1993, Argonics Inc. is one of the industry's largest producers of hot cast polyurethane products. Argonics creates products for a variety of industries such as mining, agriculture, military, concrete, marine, snow removal, and public works.