Irrigation equipment manufacturer invests $50 million to modernize Nebraska facility

Jan. 19, 2024
The investment will be used to implement Industry 4.0 technologies throughout the plant, including the utilization of automation and robotics.

Lindsay Corporation has announced plans to expand its manufacturing facility in Lindsay, Nebraska. The company, which specializes in irrigation and infrastructure equipment and technology, will invest $50 million into the project over the next two years. The investment will be used to implement Industry 4.0 technologies throughout the plant, including the utilization of automation and robotics. The facility’s footprint will be increased by 40,000 square feet to accommodate new equipment and the latest advancements in galvanizing. The company hopes this expansion will increase capacity and capabilities in metal forming.

In a recent quote, Randy Wood, President and CEO of Lindsay, said, "We offer a best-in-class customer experience. That includes well-designed products, built by the industry's top professionals, in facilities that lead the industry in safety, quality and efficiency. This investment will accelerate Lindsay's ability to bring its latest innovations, including the Smart Pivot, to market, and it aligns with our strategic growth plan and commitment to leveraging state-of-the-art technology across our global operations."



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