The amount of people who have used farm equipment and are looking to purchase more machinery has apparently risen in Jackson, Minnesota, as a new John Deere sales and service facility will be built in town to meet the growing needs of customers, according to the Worthington Daily Globe.
The news source reported that the decision to install the new facility was arrived at due to increased demand for John Deere equipment, and the old building was no longer large enough to house some of the larger machines. Combines and bigger tractors needed more room, so the 25,000-square-foot property will be constructed with enough space for everything.
"It will house a state-of-the-art shop with everything they need for safety and efficiency; parts storage and a regional training facility," Matt Cronin, who will run the site, told the Globe. "It gives us more elbow room for parts and provides a lot more efficient space. We’ll have more room for product display and equipment, and the shop will be much larger than our current facility. We’ll be much better prepared to take care of customers."
John Deere combines have increased in size over the years, but this expansion of width and height has only helped the machines offer a rise in output and productivity.