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Gardner Denver relocates and adds services

Gardner Denver of Dickinson has relocated to 5 Diamonds Industrial Park, just north of town. They have new services that they can conveniently provide to their customers.

Gardner Denver of Dickinson has relocated to 5 Diamonds Industrial Park, just north of town. They have new services that they can conveniently provide to their customers.

"We are here and here to stay but also committed to the region," said Tyler Smith, branch manager for Dickinson's Gardner Denver.

Gardner Denver, according to their corporate site, is a "leading global provider of flow control technology, application expertise and support services to a diverse customer base through a family of trusted brands."

According to Smith, the company would like their customers to know that they have more capabilities now at their new facility. They now have three drive-thru bays that can take trucks into the facility and they are able to do repairs on-site.

"We have a much larger footprint so we are able to do repairs in a designated area," Smith said.

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They have a warehouse situated in a way that allows them to respond quickly with all equipment and needs organized in an efficient manner.

Smith claims their innovation is No. 1 in the industry and they are improving their current technology along with inventing new technology. They have a new series of pumps that have come out called the Thunder Series which Smith said is unique to the industry in the way that they operate.

"We are the top dog and we know that, we just like to let people know our No. 1 thing is that we like to have a great service," said Smith. They like customers to know they are there for them and can respond quickly with parts and be there when they need them, Smith said.

Gardner Denver has 24/7 customer service and Smith said their phones are on for their customers. They have a parts on-demand program so their inventory is stocked. Parts can be at the customer's site easily along with field service technicians that travel off-site to get the repairs done in a timely manner.

Gardner Denver of Dickinson will host a grand opening for their new site on April 12. It will begin at noon with a luncheon and a ribbon cutting will follow. Smith explained that the shop will be open for everyone to tour and ask questions.

"We want customers that we don't know or that are new to the area to understand what kind of services we can provide them," said Smith.

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