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Mitchells Group acquires Allied Grain Systems

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The Mitchells Group, a bulk material conveying equipment provider, has acquired Allied Grain Systems, an Australian-based grain handling and storage solution provider.

The move strengthens Mitchell’s position in the bulk handling and storage sector, and expands its capabilities to better serve farmers and agribusinesses in all key international markets.

Allied Grain Systems is experienced in designing and installing high-quality grain handling and storage facilities.

The acquisition aligns with Mitchell’s mission to provide comprehensive solutions to the agricultural sector and aims to enhance its product and services portfolio.

Mitchells’ CEO Mic Mittasch, was thrilled to welcome Allied Grain Systems into the Mitchells family.

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“This acquisition represents a significant step forward in our growth strategy, allowing us to offer a more complete suite of products and services to our customers globally. Allied Grain Systems has a stellar reputation for quality and innovation, and we are excited to leverage their expertise to better serve the agricultural sector,” Mittasch said.

The combination of Mitchell’s bulk material conveying equipment and Allied Grain Systems’ specialised grain handling and storage solutions is expected to drive operational efficiencies, improve customer service, and foster innovation in product development.

Allied Grain Systems founder, John White, said he is looking forward to joining forces with Mitchells and contributing to its vision of advancing agricultural productivity

“Our combined resources and expertise will create new opportunities for growth and innovation, ultimately benefiting our customers and the broader agricultural community,” White said.

The acquisition is effective 1 July 2024, and both companies are committed to maintaining uninterrupted service and support for their customers throughout the integration process.

Allied Grain Systems will continue to operate under its established brand, from its existing locations and with its existing management team remaining in place.

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