Red E Ribbon Cutting with FM Chamber of Commerce
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The FM Chamber of Commerce, a local organization to promote the Fargo-Moorhead metro area, organized a ribbon-cutting with Red E to help celebrate our business recently moving to a new location, renovating, and expanding the number of their employees.
Where Red E Started
Originally located in West Fargo, Red E started as a company that provided engineering solutions to clients. Matt and Jesse, the owners of Red E, saw a demand for air seeder repairs and wanted to make a difference for farmers. Through rigorous testing, the Red E engineering team developed industry-exclusive products designed to replace OEM parts with heavy-duty, reliable parts for air seeders, chisel plows, and planters.
With rapidly increasing sales and parts requests, the original West Fargo location became harder to operate out of. High demand for parts required a larger warehouse space than what was available and more staff was needed to meet customer needs. While semi-trailers were used for parts overflow, a location change was needed.
Where Red E is Now
Through connections from Red E board member, Howard Dahl, an unused space near Amity Technology was seen as a great opportunity to not pass up. Moving in May 2020, this new space needed renovating but it had great potential. Marv, board member and father of Matt and Jesse Faul, professionally completed the vast majority of the remodel. With this newly renovated space, the company has been able to double the amount of employees since May 2020 and meet customer needs promptly through engineering and agriculture part sales.
Red E thanks our employees, clients, dealers, and community for all the support to allow Red E to grow. Red E is still on the grow and continues to design and create products to improve seeding performance for air seeders.
Red E West Fargo Location
Red E Fargo Location – Before Renovations
Red E Fargo Location – After Renovations
Tags: air seeder repair, Amity Technology, Case IH, Flexi-Coil, FM Chamber of Commerce, John Deere seeder repair, New Holland, Red E, Relocation