The original Duggan building in Almont was torn down in April. Saying goodbye to Duggan Manufacturing’s original home has caused us to reflect on the past 16 years and all of the changes that we’ve seen in the different industries we serve.
It’s amazing how much the industries have matured over the past one and half decades. We’ve often said that one year dealing with all the different products and customers we do can gain you experience equal to 5 years at most other companies. In fact, that’s a large part of what makes our field so interesting.
As much as we’ll miss our old location, we can’t help but be excited for the future. We continually strive to be the best in industry solutions for service, technology, and speed and our new facility is an important part of that. We’re always eager to show off the diverse processes we have here at Duggan Manufacturing.To that end, we are planning a large open house in September, be sure to come out and see our facility.
Almont Community Historical Society President James R. Wade, Sr.’s letter that was published in the April 27th edition of the Tri-City Times at Page 8-A, entitled: “Ebling Dairy Stories/Photos Wanted”, provided an interesting summary of the history of Fred and Edna Duggan’s Almont homestead during the 20th Century. Read more…
“Letter about historic original Almont building in Tri-City times.