New Terramac Plant Begins Production


Terramac has expanded its production capacity to deliver an increasing number of rubber tracked crawler carriers for the North American and international markets with the unveiling of their new assembly facility located in St. Louis, Missouri.

“It’s an exciting time for Terramac!  We took an existing older, shuttered 9,300 m2 complex located on 3,24 ha in an industrial area of North St Louis and are returning it to manufacturing,” said Warner Fencl, vice president Manufacturing and Process Improvement of CK Power Family of Companies, the parent company of Terramac.

“The Terramac straight frame and rotating crawler carriers are the most versatile machines on the market,“ added Matt Slater, vice president Business Development for Terramac. “We work closely with our North American dealer network to engineer crawler carriers for many different industries and uses. With a variety of sizes, rotational capabilities, and extended frame options, the potential uses of Terramac crawler carriers are endless, and the new facility allows us to adjust production as needed.”

Terramac, now headquartered in Sugar Grove, Illinois, produces crawler carriers that are sold through its dealer network, which offers easy-to-locate parts and service support throughout the world. The units can be customized with support equipment to serve many industries including pipeline, utility, mining, environmental, forestry, general construction and more.

Terramac is part of the CK Power Family of Companies, a distributor, manufacturer and service provider for engines, power generation, powertrain, and off-highway power solutions.

Source: Terramac

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