February 10, 2020
Nebraska-based Reinke Manufacturing recently announced the acquisition of Ace Irrigation & Manufacturing to expand its operation.
"Ace has been a supplier to Reinke for many years, so we know that Ace makes a quality product," Reinke president Chris Roth said. "With the addition of Ace, Reinke now has six U.S.-based locations that will give us more capacity to produce and deliver the irrigation products needed by growers."
Regarding Ace's culvert division, Roth added, "We're also excited to add the culvert line to our product offering. This will allow Reinke to continue to grow into the future, building upon the success that Ace has delivered [its] customers for nearly 70 years."
Family-owned in Deshler, Neb., since 1954, Reinke manufactures center pivots and develops technologies to increase water efficiency for growers. The company has five U.S. locations in Deshler; Belleville, Kan.; Amarillo, Texas; Burley, Idaho; and Tifton, Ga.
Ace began operations in 1952. The company manufactures aluminum and steel pipe for irrigation, as well as culvert pipe, on 30 acres in Kearney, Neb.
"We've worked with and respected Reinke for some time," said Tom Bokenkamp, Ace CEO. "Their reputation for delivering quality products is something we both have in common. I appreciate the dedication they've shown to our organization and our employees throughout this acquisition process."
With more than 500 employees around the world, Reinke will add 50 employees by acquiring Ace. Roth believes the company cultures will fit well together.
"Since our companies are family-owned businesses that work in the ag industry, we both already understand how important teamwork and a strong work ethic is to our company culture," Roth said. "We're very excited to have Ace be a part of the Reinke family, and we look forward to growing together."
Visit reinke.com for more information on Reinke's irrigation solutions and to find a dealer in your area.
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