Mequon, WI - Jorgensen Conveyors, Inc. announced the addition of The Whittemore Co. as its new manufacturers’ representative for nine mid-western states including Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota and Indiana.
The Whittemore Co. employs a non-competing, limited, complementary, and most importantly, application-based product line philosophy, which enables them to focus on specific market segments, adding value through technical application expertise for metalworking industries.
Dave Zaval, the President of The Whittemore Co., commented on the partnership, “Jorgensen Conveyors is an exciting partner for Whittemore. As a US-based manufacturer, they have a long and prestigious history manufacturing standard and custom-engineered conveyors and filtration systems. We believe these attributes are in line with our commitment to bring only the highest quality products and services to our metalworking industrial customers. The fact that they are a family-owned business is a huge bonus for our customers because it means we, as their representative, have a direct connection with management and can respond quickly to issues in the field. We are excited about our relationship with the entire team at Jorgensen and are honored that Whittemore has been selected to represent them in the Midwest.”
Greg Anzia, National Sales Manager for Jorgensen Conveyors, Inc. said, “This partnership is very exciting for both of our organizations. The Whittemore Co. has been in business for over 100 years and has deep knowledge and expertise in the metalworking industry. The partnership aligns with Jorgensen’s core strategy on many fronts and can help our customers make informed decisions for their toughest chip processing applications. Their sales representatives are knowledgeable and responsive and we know our customers are going to be in very good hands. We look forward to working with The Whittemore Co.”
Related Glossary Terms
Any manufacturing process in which metal is processed or machined such that the workpiece is given a new shape. Broadly defined, the term includes processes such as design and layout, heat-treating, material handling and inspection.