Allis Roller, LLC is part of a joint venture in Brazil. This includes information about each participating company and the primary purpose of the joint venture.
Online PR News – 25-July-2019 – Franklin, WI – Two Midwest manufacturers, Allis Roller and HCC Inc, have begun a joint venture in Brazil. The new operation, appropriately called Allis Roller HCC, will focus primarily on serving major agricultural equipment manufacturers operating in South America, with the potential to expand into other industries.
President of Allis Roller, Dave Dull, had this to say about the new joint venture:
We're very excited to take this next step in responding to our customers' needs. We've been planning this joint venture since 2010 and are very pleased with our wonderful partner, HCC. The joint venture increases our capabilities both in Brazil and at home and enables us to expand our product offerings and continue to grow.
The joint venture will allow Allis Roller to offer lower shipping costs and better customer service to several of their large customers that are already established in South America. This will also allow both manufacturers involved to respond quickly to market changes.
About Allis Roller
Allis Roller is a manufacturer and welder of custom, complex machine parts and rollers of all kinds to the agricultural, construction, and industrial industries. Our engineering expertise enables our team to create precision machine parts for especially unique applications at the highest level of quality, and at globally competitive rates.
About HCC Inc.
Since 1883, HCC has been a major innovator in agricultural harvesting equipment and farm equipment products, specializing in the design and manufacture of complex assemblies. Today, HCC manufacturers agricultural harvesting equipment such as reels, sieves, chaffers and other innovative products for every combine need. In 2012, HCC started its Manufacturing Operation in Curitiba, Brazil for reels, sieves, and chaffers. With this expansion, HCC is now the market leader in both the North American and South American combine markets.