Danuser Machine Company premieres new facility, equipment

Roland Bartley, Danuser Machine Company sales manager, talks about parts made at Danuser Friday during an open house of the company's new facility.

Roland Bartley, Danuser Machine Company sales manager, talks about parts made at Danuser Friday during an open house of the company's new facility. Photo by Brittany Ruess.

The success of recent attachments added to the product line of the Danuser Machine Company gave the company reason to build a larger facility.

Danuser's new addition — about 32,000 square feet of space — makes way for its T3 driver, Hammer post driver and and pallet fork grapple attachments.

The 104-year-old company gave the public a look at its entire space, giving details to the inner workings of the company, and demonstrated how the new attachments work.

The Hammer post driver is the company's "shining light," said vice president Glenn Danuser.

It is one of its kind in the industry and was recently featured on the show, "How It's Made."

For more of this story, pick up the Sunday edition of the Fulton Sun.

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