Posted on Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Deister Machine Company, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-quality feeding, scalping and screening equipment for the aggregate, mining, coal, asphalt and recycle industries, is proud to appoint Shelbyville, Kentucky-based Process Machinery, Inc. as its exclusive representative for the territory of Indiana, Kentucky, and the Ohio region south of I-70. “As a full-service equipment dealer and turnkey systems provider, Process Machinery is an excellent addition to our dealer network. We look forward to working with them in offering the most innovative screening and sizing solutions to operations in this region,” says Joe Schlabach, Deister vice-president of marketing and sales.
With over 30 years of industry expertise, Process Machinery continues to gain market share as a single-source provider with services that include new and used equipment sales; parts and service support; fabrication; process design; turnkey project management; concrete, structural and mechanical engineering; and complete field construction services.
Deister Machine Company, Inc. is currently celebrating its 100th year of industry service. Deister has remained a family-owned business since its founding in 1912. “We continue to build upon our century of service via solid engineering and customized screening solutions that allow today’s producers to efficiently meet the most stringent specifications,” says Deister Chairman Irwin F. Deister, Jr. who shares the position of Co-CEO with E. Mark Deister, President. They represent the family’s third generation at the company’s helm.
Deister began manufacturing operations at 1933 East Wayne Street in Fort Wayne, Indiana, its current location. The original building, a 5,500 square-foot plant, is still in active use amidst a total operation that today spans more than 360,000 square feet and four plant locations in Fort Wayne. Its line of equipment includes heavy-duty inclined screens, high-speed screens, horizontal screens, dewatering screens, and vibrating feeders and grizzlies. Additionally, Deister recently introduced its new Ultra-Fines Recovery System, as well as its new line of Deister Premium Portable Screening Plants.
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