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Terramac relocates to new headquarters

by Brock Huffstutler

Terramac headquartersTerramac, a manufacturer of rubber track crawler carriers, has moved into its new headquarters in Sugar Grove, Ill., just west of Chicago.  

The company says the growing call for its machines and increased support services offered to customers led to the need for a larger facility to meet the demand. 

“We have grown our product line and expanded our national dealer network, so the timing was perfect to build out our new headquarters to house the larger staff,” says Matt Slater, vice president business development, Terramac. “The request for the Terramac straight frame and rotating crawler carriers over the past twelve years has been phenomenal. We designed the most customizable crawler carriers on the market to offer the best machines suited for the job. The customization possibilities of a Terramac crawler carrier are unlimited to fulfill the customer’s unique requirements and now we can customize more of them right here.” 

The new headquarters facility is more than double the size of the previous square footage that was located across multiple buildings. It is designed for increased efficiency and productivity, and accommodates all employees under one roof. The new space provides for expansion of the in-house crawler carrier customization services exclusively offered by Terramac. The new headquarters is located off Interstate Highway 88 and state Route 47 intersection for easy access. 

Terramac’s units are sold through a national dealer network and can be customized with support equipment to serve industries including pipeline, utility, mining, environmental, forestry, general construction and more. Terramac is part of the CK Power family of companies providing power generation, powertrain and off-highway power solutions.