BELOIT, Ohio — A familiar face in northeast Ohio and western Pennsylvania and an established regional company have teamed up to bring area farmers the latest in grain storage, handling and drying equipment sales and service.
Custom Agri Systems Northeast, headed up by Dan Zippay and based in Beloit, joined the Custom Agri Systems family in late 2012.
The firm, headquartered in Napoleon, Ohio, has nine other locations throughout the Midwest, offering grain and material-handling equipment for farm and commercial use.
Custom Agri Systems is a family-owned and operated company in business nearly 30 years. Rick and Esther Storch started the business out of their car and are still at the helm of the company.
Employees are trained and experienced in grain system layout and design, construction, service and repair and use the latest technologies and tools to get the job done.
Custom Ag has the ability to provide three-dimensional views of a grain system layout, allowing farmers to get a real sense of the look and function of their finished project.
Zippay draws on more than 10 years of knowledge and experience in grain system sales and design.
Custom Ag Northeast also offers custom fabrication along with electrical and millwright service and dryer service and repair. Product lines include Brock grain bins and dryers; CAS, Honeyville and Lampton handling equipment; Westfield, Brandt and Hutchinson portable augers and belt conveyors; and Meridian seed tenders.