Fecon announces Vermeer Midwest as a dealer

Vermeer Midwest to offer Bull Hog mulchers, FTX track carriers and various other forestry attachments.

Lebanon, Ohio, April 21, 2010—Fecon proudly announces Vermeer Midwest as their dealer and service provider in Illinois, Indiana, eastern Missouri and the Detroit area of Michigan. Vermeer Midwest will offer Fecon’s proven line of Bull Hog mulchers, FTX track carriers (ranging from 97 - 440 hp) and various other forestry attachments.

“We are excited to be taking on the Fecon product line, we believe they have a good product and there is a need within the industry for their equipment. We have faith in their ownership, and their sales staff has always been easy to work with and eager to help us and our customers.” President of Vermeer Midwest, Junior Kool.

“Fecon and I are proud to welcome Vermeer Midwest into our family. They bring with them a sales and service reputation that is the perfect complement to our products. I am looking forward to a long-lasting partnership.” Regional sales manager, Matt Warfel.

Fecon and Vermeer Midwest will be a great team, together fulfilling the land clearing, vegetation management, right-of-way clearing and site prep equipment needs of the Midwest. Vermeer Midwest will also provide many local service facilities for all Fecon products and customers.

About Fecon:
Fecon Inc. was established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Ohio and originally produced horizontal grinders and other wood processing equipment. Fecon’s Bull Hog attachment is cited to be the number 1 selling forestry mulcher. Fecon also provides FTX track carriers and other equipment for vegetation management and wood to energy biomass industries.

About Vermeer Midwest:
Vermeer Midwest is currently an authorized dealer for Vermeer environmental and underground products, along with Yanmar and now most recently the Fecon product line. Vermeer Midwest was started in 1971. Since opening, they have continued to expand their services and today they operate out of 9 locations throughout the Midwest.

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