TimberPro recently completed an $8 million expansion project that added nearly 49,000 sq. ft. to its facility in Shawano, Wis. The expansion will allow the company to double production capacity, enabling it to meet growing market demand for its equipment and attachments.
To celebrate the project’s completion, TimberPro hosted a public open house on Friday, August 25, for employees, their families and members of the Shawano community. TimberPro was founded by Pat Crawford in 2002, and the family has been involved in the forestry business in Wisconsin for more than 75 years. In recognition of their contributions, the new expansion was dedicated to the Crawfords. TimberPro was sold to Komatsu following Pat Crawford’s death in 2019—but has remained in Wisconsin following the acquisition.