Mathews Company sets record for grain dryer sales
December 27, 2010
by World Grain Staff
CRYSTAL LAKE, ILLINOIS, U.S. — The Mathews Company announced on Dec. 23 that 2010 saw the highest total volume for grain dryer sales in the company’s 56-year history.
Mathews noted that in mid-December the company recognized its dealerships for outstanding sales and customer service for 2010 at the Mathews Company Winter Sales Meeting held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, U.S. Fifty-two dealers from around the world were recognized with sales achievement awards for high volume grain dryer sales across Mathews Company. The company said it gave out the highest number of awards in a single sales year at the event.
“They work closely with their customers, listen carefully to their needs and provide superior service and support all year long,” said Phil Farr, general sales manager. “To these dealers, it is more than just selling a customer a grain dryer. Many of their customers have been with them for years. M-C supports that relationship through our commitment to innovation, superior quality, unparalleled service and dealer support. We view our dealers and customers as an extension of the M-C family.”
“Being a part of Mathews Company, we have a good American-owned family business behind us,” says Whitewater, Wisconsin, U.S. dealer, Marcus Scharine, a platinum award winner. “Mathews takes the time to give us the training and expertise we need to install and service their products, and I like the direction the company is going. I think we can help spread the word about the quality that is built into every M-C grain dryer…with our focus on local service, it’s a win-win situation for our customers.”