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Continued: Litchfield-based Anderson-Crane hopes to double its sales

  • Article by: DEE DEPASS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 11, 2013 - 8:55 PM

While that’s good, Anderson-Crane Co. has one more hurdle to overcome. The company has a “sister company” in a different business with nearly the same name: Anderson-Crane Rubber.

That confuses lots of customers. The other entity is also growing quickly. So much so, it also needs a new building, “It’s time to get that marketing plan in place,” Crane chuckled.


Dee DePass • 612-673-7725


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  • Mike Dvorak used a water jet cutting machine to create a part at Anderson-Crane’s factory in Litchfield, Minn. The company is on pace to double sales in five years thanks to its time-saving production equipment and new orders from breweries and feedlot producers.

  • Rob Crane is a fourth-generation family employee who has a variety of roles in the Minneapolis office.

  • Welder Alex Smith worked on a grain-conveyor system at Anderson-Crane’s manufacturing facility in Litchfield, Minn. The company has recently been deluged with new business.

  • Anderson-Crane’s cutting equipment can be used on both metal and plastic.

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