Westmor Industries Acquires Metzler Bros Tank Truck and Trailer, Expanding Mid-Eastern U.S. Footprint for Refined Fuel and Propane Transportation Products
Westmor Industries has recently made a strategic acquisition, adding to their already impressive network of Metzler Bros Tanksatellite locations throughout the United States. The Morris, Minn.-based company has acquired Metzler Bros Tank, Truck, and Trailer, which will help Westmor expand its ability to sell and service refined fuel and propane transportation products in the mid-Eastern U.S. The new location has been rebranded as Westmor Industries and will give the company an extended network that includes a location in Duncansville, Pa.
A Match Made in Culture and Quality
According to Mike Hennen, the general manager of Westmor’s truck and trailer division, the acquisition of Metzler Bros was a “great match for Westmor with its culture and desire to build strong customer relationships. They’ve always provided exceptional quality products and services.” This acquisition brings together two companies that share a commitment to quality, service, and customer relationships, which makes it an excellent opportunity for both companies to grow and expand their reach.
The History of Metzler Bros and Westmor Industries
Metzler Bros was founded in 1997 to provide maintenance for Metzler Bros Transport Inc. In 2013, it was sold to Joe Pyzowski, who grew it into the local fuel and propane fleet repair company that it is today. Westmor Industries, on the other hand, has been around since 1972 and has grown to become a leading manufacturer of transportation and dispensing equipment. With this acquisition, Westmor Industries has expanded its reach and capabilities, allowing it to offer a wider range of products and services to its customers.
Westmor Industries’ Offerings and Services As a privately-owned company with more than 500 employees, Westmor Industries provides its customers with a wide range of product offerings used to store, transport, and dispense petroleum, propane, and other liquids and gases. In addition, Westmor provides aftermarket support including parts, product repair, infrastructure installation, and in-field services. With the acquisition of Metzler Bros, Westmor Industries has expanded its reach and its ability to provide high-quality products and services to its customers.
What This Acquisition Means for Customers and the Industry
This acquisition is good news for customers and the industry as a whole. With the expanded reach and capabilities of Westmor Industries, customers will have access to a wider range of products and services, including an extended network of satellite locations. This will make it easier for customers to get the products and services they need, which will help them to be more efficient and productive. In addition, this acquisition shows that the industry is growing and evolving, which is always a positive sign for businesses and customers alike.
Contact Westmor Industries for More Information
If you would like more information about Westmor Industries or the recent acquisition of Metzler Bros, you can contact their communications manager, Mandi Carl
For further information about Westmor Industries and its products and services, interested parties can contact Mandi Carlberg, Westmor’s Communications Manager, at email@example.com or 320-589-2100. Alternatively, visit Westmor’s official website at www.westmor-ind.com.
The acquisition of Metzler Bros by Westmor Industries represents a significant expansion of Westmor’s footprint in the mid-Eastern U.S. and an opportunity to offer more products and services to customers in the region. Westmor’s acquisition of Metzler Bros also shows the company’s continued commitment to growth and innovation.
With satellite locations throughout the United States, Westmor Industries is a leading manufacturer of transportation and dispensing equipment. The company provides its customers with a wide range of product offerings used to store, transport, and dispense petroleum, propane, and other liquids and gases. In addition, Westmor offers aftermarket support, including parts, product repair, infrastructure installation, and in-field services.
Overall, the acquisition of Metzler Bros is a positive development for both Westmor Industries and its customers. The integration of Metzler Bros’ products, services, and team members will undoubtedly contribute to Westmor’s continued success in the industry.