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Miner subsidiary Powerbrace Corp. will manufacture the gates, which are designed for grain and potash service. The gates and their parts will be continue to be sold and supported through its sales, engineering and service teams.
“I’ve been extremely impressed with the Toggle-Lock brand and its operational commitment to customer success,” Powerbrace Corp. President and General Manager John Swezey said. “As we integrate the Toggle-Lock brand with our own, I’m confident that we’ll be able to deliver even greater value to our new and existing customers.”
“The unique design of the Toggle-Lock gate has created a demand for this gate,” said Ric Biehl, President and General Manager of Miner, which also supplies draft gears, additional outlet gates, side bearings, brake beams, hatch covers, running boards and TecsPak springs.
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