Horsch Anderson Breaks Ground on New Mapleton, N.D., Manufacturing Facility

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New Horsch Anderson facility projected to employ 80 people within five years.

Horsch Anderson Groundbreaking

From left to right: Kory Anderson, president, Horsch Anderson; Traugott Horsch, director at Horsch Maschinen GmbH; Jack Dalrymple, Governor of North Dakota; and Eric Hillman, Mayor of Mapleton.

We're excited to become a major employer and good corporate citizen for the city of Mapleton.

To accommodate its significant growth, Horsch Anderson, LLC, broke ground on a new manufacturing facility in Mapleton, N.D., on Saturday, August 25, 2012. The initial stage of the project includes a 100,000-square-foot building, which will contain offices and a large production area on the 30-acre lot. Within five years Horsch Anderson projects to employ 80 people or more at the facility.

Horsch Anderson is engaged in the production and distribution of world-renowned HORSCH-branded products in North America, including premium agricultural seeding and tillage products. Horsch Anderson is a collaborative effort comprised of Horsch Maschinen, GmbH, of Schwandorf, Germany; Harper Industries Inc. of Harper, Kansas; and Anderson Industries of Aberdeen, South Dakota.

“The new facility will add capacity to our current plant in Andover, South Dakota,” said Kory Anderson, president and owner of Anderson Industries. “We’re excited to become a major employer and good corporate citizen for the city of Mapleton.”

For more information, contact Horsch Anderson, 14118 414th Avenue, Andover, SD 57422, call 605-298-5663, fax 605-298-5220, email jhughes(at)horschanderson(dot)com, or visit http://www.horschanderson.com.

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