5/12/2014

Therma-Tron-X Named Daifuku Webb Top Distributor

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TTX designs, fabricates and installs custom paint finishing systems for industrial clients.

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Jervis B. Webb Company, a subsidiary of Daifuku Webb Holding Company, hosted its 31st annual Unibilt/Unibeam conveyor distributor conference in early April in New Orleans, Louisiana.  During the conference, Webb recognized the following top ten conveyor chain distributors based on sales in 2013, and Therma-Tron-X, Inc., headquartered in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, was named the No. 1 distributor for the 2013.

 

� “Our distributors are the best in the business and play an integral role in promoting Unibilt and our other conveyor chain products throughout the United States and Canada.” said Dan Ellens, Vice President of Product Sales at Jervis B. Webb Company. “We appreciate their continued dedication to improving our products to better serve customers.” 

 

Therma-Tron-X, Inc. designs, fabricates and installs custom paint finishing systems for industrial clients. TTX employs more than 140 full time employees, has 150,400 square feet of shop space with an additional 22,600 square feet of modern office space.  In addition, TTX has a sales office in the Chicago area, creating even more opportunities for the successful Door County, Wisconsin based business.

 

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