AGI acquires Mitchell Mill Systems

05 August 20162 min reading

AGI announced the acquisition of Mitchell Mill Systems which is a manufacturer of material handling equipment used in grain processing. The transaction will be completed at similar metrics to AGI’s recent North American acquisitions. agiLeading manufacturer of grain handling systems, Ag Growth International Inc. announced the acquisition of Mitchell Mill Systems Canada Ltd. and its U.S. affiliate Mitchell Mill Systems USA. Based in Newton, Ontario, Mitchell is a manufacturer of material handling equipment used in grain, fertilizer, animal feed, food processing, and industrial applications. Mitchell is recognized for its extensive design, fabrication and installation expertise and the company’s product offering includes conveyor systems, bucket elevators, screw conveyors, and drag conveyors. According to the statement of AGI, the transaction will be completed at similar metrics to AGI’s recent North American acquisitions. “The acquisition of Mitchell expands AGI’s Commercial business into eastern Canadian, expands our reach in the US while also providing an expanded product offering”, said AGI CEO Tim Close. “The expanded product lines move AGI into new markets and we welcome new customers in the adjacent grain and food processing space. We are very excited to have the whole Mitchell team joining AGI in pivotal roles as we extend our capabilities into new markets. The team will continue to be led by Todd and Stephen Mitchell and we congratulate them on building an excellent business focused on quality, reliability and service.”

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