Michelin subsidiary expands in US agri market

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Camso, part of the Michelin Group, has opened a new 140,000ft2  manufacturing facility in Junction City, Kansas.

The facility, which will manufacture agricultural tracks, increases Camso’s manufacturing footprint in North America to seven facilities. The company says the facility will house more than 50 employees and will be ISO 9001 certified.

“The addition of this new facility will contribute to meet the growing demand of tracks and track systems in the agriculture industry and our commitment to be the best partner for our customers,” commented Christopher Uher, Junction City plant manager.

Junction City is a strategic location for Camso due to its proximity to the company’s existing manufacturing plant in Emporia, Kansas.

“This facility will allow for a strong collaboration between the two plants to produce and deliver quality products to our customers,” said Uher.

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