Bane-Welker Equipment announces purchase of two Ohio locations

Bane-Welker Equipment, LLC has announced its purchase of The Equipment Superstore, which has two locations in Ohio.  The Wilmington and Georgetown Ohio stores will change names and become Bane-Welker Equipment.

The purchase brings the total number of Bane-Welker locations to 12.  There are now 10 stores in Indiana and two stores in Ohio.  All locations offer parts, sales, service, and precision farming for Case IH products as well as a variety of other brands and short lines.

“We are very excited about this new venture in the market,” stated Phil Bane, CEO of Bane-Welker Equipment.  “With the addition of the Ohio stores, we now have a larger selection of new and used equipment, as well as wider variety of apparel items, accessories and toys.  This opens up a whole new market which we are excited to serve.”

New and current customers can count on the same top-notch service that all Bane-Welker Equipment locations provide; a large selection of short line and complimentary equipment offerings, a dedicated grower spray center, an in-house RTK network, and the addition of the Bane-Welker Select brand.  Bane-Welker Select offers competitive prices on items like DEF, oil, batteries, tillage items, and much more.

Both Ohio stores are open for business and will continue normal operations. In addition to the wholegoods, parts, sales and service, the Georgetown and Wilmington stores offer a wide variety of retail brands such as Carhartt, Dixon, Durango, Rocky, and Georgia Boot, to name a few.

In the upcoming days, all of the used equipment will be added to the Bane-Welker website www.bane-Welker.com.

Bane-Welker Equipment is an agriculture equipment company representing Case IH and other complimentary brands.  Bane-Welker offers new and used equipment, parts, sales, service and customer support.  The 46-year-old company operates 10 stores in Indiana including Crawfordsville, La Crosse, Lebanon, Remington, Terre Haute, Pendleton, Plymouth, Winamac, and Wingate, and two stores in Ohio, including Wilmington and Georgetown.

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