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Sukup announces facility expansion in Iowa

22 January 20212 min reading
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Sukup Manufacturing Co. announced the company will expand its manufacturing facilities with a new location in Hampton, Iowa.

The approximately 30,000-square foot facility is located in the industrial park on the west side of Hampton. Sukup is currently accepting applications for immediate hires at the Hampton location, and plans to have the facility fully operational by the end of March 2021. “Sukup has experienced incredible growth in the past 20 years, and with that growth comes the continued need for investment and expansion,” said Steve Sukup, president and CEO of Sukup Manufacturing. “This new facility in Hampton will significantly expand our manufacturing capacity and help us meet the demand for our innovative products within the agriculture community.” He added, “We are proud to provide so many jobs in north central Iowa, and this facility will create even more new job opportunities in the region.” Sukup Manufacturing Co. is the world’s largest family-owned and operated manufacturer of grain storage, grain drying and handling equipment, and steel buildings. The company is headquartered in Sheffield, Iowa, and covers one million square feet of office, manufacturing and warehouse space. Sukup’s product line includes on-farm and commercial grain bins; portable, mixed-flow and tower dryers; centrifugal and axial fans and heaters; stirring machines; bin unloading equipment and bin floors and supports. Sukup also manufactures material handling equipment including bucket elevators, conveyors and support structures; and steel buildings.
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