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Bobcat renovates Bismarck production facility

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The facility has 350,000 square feet of floor space and an additional 36,000 square feet of office space.

| July 8, 2013

Bobcat Co. has completed a $6.5 million renovation at its Bismarck, N.D., production facility. The renovation makes the facility more conducive to Bobcat compact attachment production, which moved to Bismarck as part of an operations expansion last year. It also provides a more collaborative environment for non-production positions, the company said in press release.

Other factory operations include engine assembly; kitting and sub-assembly; parts control; warehousing; and some compact loader assembly. Future plans include phasing in Bobcat Tier 4 engine assembly.
The facility has 350,000 square feet of floor space and an additional 36,000 square feet of office space.

Non-production Bobcat jobs in Bismarck include engineering, aftermarket parts and service, finance, logistics, information technology, sourcing and human resources.

To learn more about the Bismarck production facility renovation, please visit youtu.be/nt5YUqk8fg4.
 

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