Great Plains Mfg. plans to convert a 350,000 square foot facility that was once an Alco Warehouse into a manufacturing location at a cost of at least $3.7 million for land and acquisition plus $7.9 million of machinery/equipment and remodel, totaling $10.8 million to be invested over a five-year period.
Customers with KVG products that are currently under warranty may receive service and parts support at any of the 860-plus Great Plains dealership locations. Future KVG products that are distributed through Great Plains will be branded “Great Plains by Kverneland.”
Great Plains manufacturers more than 60 models of planting, seeding, tillage and spraying equipment, as well as a wide range of landscaping equipment, through its Land Pride division, operates 8 manufacturing plants throughout central Kansas, including its headquarters in Salina, Kan.
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