Kaeser Compressors, Inc., a leading worldwide manufacturer of industrial air compressors, blowers and related equipment, opened two new factory-direct facilities on July 2, 2012. The new branch offices are responsible for supporting Kaeser's industrial and commercial customers in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Both branches supply and support the company's entire product offering. Bringing experience as Kaeser's National Service Manager, Matt McCorkle accepted the role of manager to the new locations, and his team of factory-trained sales and service professionals offer a full range of services, including:
- Scheduled preventive maintenance
- Air system and equipment design and installation
- Equipment repair services and parts
- Air system audits for energy reduction and process improvement
- New equipment sales
"Compressed air is important in so many applications - everything from manufacturing processes to painting at small body shops," said McCorkle. "We established our new facilities to ensure the customers in the region who need highly reliable compressed air and blower equipment have the opportunity to call on local Kaeser representation. We are confident area businesses will quickly understand why Kaeser has a reputation for quality and service."
The new Kaeser facility in Wisconsin is located in Menomonee Falls, and serves customers in the Milwaukee metropolitan area, the Fox River Valley, Green Bay, plus Madison and the surrounding Southern Wisconsin region.
The new Kaeser facility in Minnesota is located in Eden Prairie, and serves customers in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Outstate Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.
For more information about the facilities or to discuss air system needs, call 855-523-7373 (KAESER3) or visit www.KaeserNews.com/MN&WI
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