Utilicor Technologies Inc. has announced the appointment of Ditch Witch Midwest as the distributor of its full line of truck and skid-steer mounted rotary coring equipment and Utilibond-based keyhole reinstatement technology in the Midwestern United States. Ditch Witch Midwest has locations in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.

 

“We are very pleased to be able to add Ditch Witch Midwest and their expertise and tenured staff of sales and service professionals to the Utilicor family. This provides us with an experienced base of operations in the Midwestern U.S. that will enable us to continue to expand our business and meet the needs and expectations of our customers in this fast growing region,” said Marshall Pollock, President and CEO of Utilicor. “The feeling is mutual,” said Mark Harbaugh, Vice President of Ditch Witch Midwest.

 

“Utilicor’s value-added, cutting-edge, keyhole coring and reinstatement technology perfectly complements our other high-quality product lines and services for the utility industry. We’ve been watching this segment of the marketplace develop over the past few years and are very pleased to be able to include the full line of Utilicor products in our offering to our utility customers here in the Midwestern United States.” Utilicor Technologies Inc. is the manufacturer of a unique rotary coring pavement excavation and restoration technology that cost-effectively cores through all kinds of paved surfaces to enable crews to vacuum excavate and view subsurface activity or repair underground plant from the road surface using long handled tools. After the repair has been completed, the hole is backfilled and the core or “coupon” that was originally cut from the pavement, is reinserted back into the road surface where it is permanently bonded by a special proprietary adhesive (Utilibond) allowing the road to be safely reopened to traffic within 30 minutes and resulting in significant cost and other savings to utilities, their contractors and their communities.

 

Ditch Witch Midwest began building its commitment to the utility industry with quality products and support in 1970, in Carol Stream, Ill. During 1994, the company accepted the opportunity to grow with the addition of two Wisconsin locations, Waukesha and Kaukauna. Ditch Witch Midwest then grew again in 2002 by adding two locations in Indiana, Ft. Wayne and Brownsburg. The company’s growth has been through quality personnel servicing quality Ditch Witch products. The one word they use to describe our company’s philosophy is “commitment.” This commitment entails achieving and maintaining the highest standards while looking after the smallest detail and going the extra mile for customers.

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