Miller Formless expanding range through acquisition

Miller Formless is expanding its product range through a key acquisition.
Concrete milling, paving & compaction / October 29, 2020 55 seconds Read
By MJ Woof
Miller Formless makes its machines at its factory in Illinois – image © courtesy of Mike Woof
Miller Formless is expanding its product range through a key acquisition of the C-101 and CG-200 slipform paver models from MBW. This is an important move for Illinois-based Miller Formless and will help develop its business operations. 

“In an effort to expand market share and continue our corporate growth strategies we saw this small paver as an excellent opportunity to add a quality machine to our existing line of products.” explained Darick L Franzen, vice president of Business Development North America.

“Miller Formless has the reputation, knowledge and experience in the slipform paving industry to take this well-developed product and bring it to another level of productivity and professionalism. It is bittersweet for MBW because we have a deep and rich history with the paver, but in our hearts we know that Miller Formless has the core focus for the slipform paving world and MBW’s core focus is on compaction and concrete finishing.” Andrew Multerer, CEO/President of MBW.  

The C-101 and CG-200 will be added to the growing line of products manufactured by Miller Formless at its facility in McHenry, Illinois. These two machines will be added to the other six different products capable of installing concrete curb, curb and gutter, barrier walls and concrete pavements. The firm currently has machines in use throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Central America, Asia, and Australia.
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