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Halverson Co., Buhler Group partner

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Partnership to provide more turnkey construction projects for grain handling and feed and flour milling industries in western U.S.

Halverson Co. announced Sept. 24 a partnership with Bühler Group of Switzerland to provide more turnkey construction projects for the grain handling and feed and flour milling industries. The strategic partnership is the culmination of years of working closely together in the western U.S. to deliver large projects for major food producers.

"This partnership will enable us to work even more closely together designing and completing large-scale, grain-handling projects," Halverson Co. chief executive officer Steve Halverson said. "We will be able to more easily design joint projects with Bühler equipment in mind, and Bühler will be able to design and innovate process solutions that meet the needs of our joint customers."

Every day, hundreds of companies address food production thanks to powerful partnerships like this one between Halverson Co. and Bühler Group. Combining the grain handling facilities design, construction and maintenance expertise of Halverson with the grain milling and processing equipment of Buhler, will help companies in the western U.S. continue to provide the solutions to help feed millions.

"We are honored to partner with Halverson Co. and blend our reputation with theirs," said David Riley, channel sales manager at Bühler. "We look forward to years of cooperation in bringing large-scale projects to life for our joint grain handling and milling clients."

Halverson and Bühler Group plan to continue to work on large-scale projects in the western and northwestern U.S. in the coming months.

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