Boumatic Welcomes New Authorized Dealers for Idaho

Boumatic Welcomes New Authorized Dealers for Idaho

Progressive Dairy Service & ProStar Dairy Service expand BouMatic’s distribution network

BouMatic logo BouMatic is excited to introduce Progressive Dairy Service and ProStar Dairy Service as new authorized BouMatic Dealers for Idaho. Both companies are extremely qualified to take on these roles with almost 50 combined years of experience in the dairy equipment business.

Progressive Dairy Service and ProStar Dairy Service offer end-to-end installation support for retrofit and new milking parlors, the highest quality hygiene and sanitation products and supplies support combined with superior milking systems service. They have built their businesses and reputations on delivering the highest quality service and dedicating themselves to the success of their dairy customers.

Ben Kern, BouMatic’s Western U.S. Director of Sales, said, “The entire team at BouMatic looks forward to working with both Progressive Dairy Service and ProStar Dairy Service to offer the Dairy Producers of Idaho industry leading service, product innovation and world class equipment installation capabilities.” photo 1

Dustin Lickley and Toby Millican, Owners of Progressive Dairy Service (photo left: L to R), and Keith Heward and Tony Rawlings, Owners of ProStar Dairy Service (below: L to R) are all very familiar with the dairies in the area. Their experience and knowledge will bring a wealth of information to the dairymen in Idaho. Progressive Dairy Service will meet the needs of Dairy Producers with BouMatic products in the Western Magic Valley while ProStar Dairy Service will do the same for the Eastern Magic Valley. photo 2

BouMatic is the only global dairy equipment company headquartered in the U.S. The company continues to see significant growth and expansion in markets around the world. BouMatic is committed to supporting and developing BouMatic dealers who service and sell our product line.

“We are 100% focused on serving the dairy industry,” said Kern. “Over the past decade, BouMatic has expanded its services with our dairy hygiene, supplies, scheduled service and robotic milking systems product development.”

BouMatic will be celebrating 75 years in 2014. The company serves dairy operators in more than 45 countries and employs 400 people worldwide. Its global headquarters are in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Its European headquarters are located in Remicourt, Belgium. To learn more about BouMatic, please visit: www.boumatic.com.

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11.18.2013