Archbold Equipment Company celebrates the opening of its new facility in Bowling Green

Archbold Equipment Company, the 6-location CASE IH equipment dealer, recently celebrated the opening of its new facility in Bowling Green. This facility increases the shop, parts storage and showroom size by more than triple of the previous dealership and has increased staffing to provide excellence in customer service.

Archbold EquipmentThe dealership features a larger shop to service the growing size and demands of today’s farm equipment. The new service shop is four times larger at 18,000 square feet and is equipped with two five-ton remote controlled cranes and an interior wash bay. Parts storage space has tripled, allowing for more parts availability, and the all-new showroom features CASE IH parts, tools, apparel and more. Cub Cadet, Kinze, Grasshopper and Unverferth are among the other brands that will be sold and serviced at this dealership.

“Our purpose behind this new facility is to meet the needs of local farmers and homeowners in Wood, Henry, Lucas, Hancock and surrounding counties. We are pleased to partner with a community so rich in farm tradition. It’s a strong agriculture area and we’ve put the investment in so that we are able to meet their needs into the future,” Ross Wyse, Chairman of the Board said.

Zach Hetterick, President and CEO shares his excitement.

“This facility is the foundation for us to provide high quality customer service. It will allow us to stock more parts, stock and assemble today’s high-tech equipment, and recruit and retain the best people that will take us into the future. We have added technology into this facility that will be integrated into our existing locations with the sole purpose of being the first choice of local producers,” Hetterick said.

Archbold Equipment Company has six locations in the Tri-State area: Topeka, IN; Adrian, MI; and four Ohio locations in Archbold, Bowling Green, Ottawa, and Sherwood.

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