Miller Formless, a leading provider of concrete slipform paving machines and other products, has acquired the MBW slipform pavers, including the C-101 and CG-200 models. “In an effort to expand market share and continue our corporate growth strategies, we saw this small paver as an excellent opportunity to add a quality machine to our existing line of products,” said Darick L. Franzen, vice president of business development - North America, Miller Formless.
Based in Illinois, the US, Miller Formless is celebrating its 50th anniversary in business this year. MBW is headquartered in Wisconsin, the US, and has been a leader in compaction products and concrete finishing equipment since 1967.
Andrew Multerer, CEO and president of MBW, Inc., said, “Miller Formless has the reputation, knowledge and experience in the slipform paving industry to take this well-developed product and bring it to another level of productivity and professionalism. It is bittersweet for MBW because we have a deep and rich history with the paver, but in our hearts we know that Miller Formless has the core focus for the slipform paving world and MBW’s core focus is on compaction and concrete finishing.”
The C-101 and CG-200 pavers will be added to the growing line of products manufactured by Miller Formless. These models are now part of the company’s offerings that are capable of installing concrete curbs, curbs and gutters, barrier walls and concrete pavements. Miller Formless’ machines are currently in use throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Central America, Asia and Australia.