Fabick Cat broke ground recently on its new facility in Green Bay, Wis. Community leaders from the Town of Lawrence, Wis., Miron Construction Co., and Gries Architectural Group Inc. gathered to celebrate. The ceremony marked a significant milestone in the organization’s continued commitment to the local community and dedication to advancing its operations for customers into the future.
The new 100,000-square-foot facility is being developed on 23 acres of land along Interstate 41, near its current longstanding establishment. The new facility will feature cutting-edge technology and modern infrastructure, the company said, not only enhancing operational efficiency but also serving as a catalyst for growth within the industry. The upgrade represents a substantial investment from Fabick Cat in Green Bay and the surrounding areas.
During the event, Todd Stanley, senior vice president and chief operating officer of Fabick Cat, said, “Today, we extend our deepest gratitude to our Green Bay employees, past and present, whose dedication and hard work have played an integral role in Fabick Cat's success over the years. Because of you, we’ve reached this exciting moment – one that will be looked back on as having a profound impact on our company’s history.”
Throughout the ceremony, members of the Fabick Cat executive leadership team, as well as sales and product support leaders conveyed thanks to their loyal customers for their unwavering support. All expressing their confidence in the new state-of-the-art facility.
During the closing statements of the groundbreaking ceremony, Jeré Fabick, chairman, CEO and dealer principal of Fabick Cat said, "As a multi-generational, family-owned business, we are committed to consistently exceeding customer expectations by delivering innovative solutions, providing the best value and being actively involved in the communities where we live and work. Our current Green Bay location has been serving this area for over 60 years. So, this groundbreaking ceremony marks a momentous time for Fabick Cat – it’s not only our kickoff to expansion in Green Bay but it’s a testament of our commitment to our customers, our employees and the community.”
The Fabick Cat team looks forward to the new facility slated to open in early 2025. In the meantime, the current Green Bay location will continue to serve the community’s heavy equipment needs.
Fabick Cat, headquartered in Fenton, Mo., is No. 29 on the RER 100.