Ludman Industries to move from Muskego to Milwaukee

Ludman Industries, a manufacturer of compactors, granulators flaking and shredding mills, announced that it will move its entire operation from Muskego to an 81,000-square-foot building at 4810 N. 124th St. in Milwaukee by the end of the year.
Ludman will quadruple its space with the move. The company has about 18,000 square feet of space at its facility in Muskego.
The company plans to do some renovations to the Milwaukee facility but, "the bones of the building are fantastic," said James Young of Cassidy Turley Barry, who brokered the deal for Ludman.
Once the renovations are complete the building will feature a state-of-the-art manufacturing, machining and assembly facility and testing lab, the company said.
"Due to an explosive growth in the mining sector, mainly in the potash and salt areas, Ludman Industries is experiencing a high growth in the mining division; therefore, this move will enable our office, design, testing, repair and manufacturing areas to increase in size and productivity," said James Lenahan, president and chief executive officer of Ludman Industries. “Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and evolve to keep pace with our client’s needs, allowing us to provide exceptional value and superior service. This new facility is incorporating the latest in “green” building initiatives using high efficiency heating and cooling systems as well as lighting to provide an energy efficient environment.”
“We are now offering a new generation of large roll compactors with the latest technology providing higher throughput capacity, rugged design, unmatched reliability and superior performance.” said Richard Horsfield, vice president of sales and marketing at the firm.
Ludman Industries, which was formerly known as Ludman Machine Company, was founded in 1968.

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