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Fecon is an American manufacturer of vegetation management equipment. Fecon products are used in right-of-way maintenance, landscaping, park and trail maintenance, and other industries requiring the clearing of vegetation.  Fecon is best known for the Bull Hog series of mulchers and FTX series of track carriers.[1][2]

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[edit] History

Fecon was established in 1992 in response to an increasing demand for vegetation management equipment.[3]

In 2004, Fecon moved into a new 56,000 square foot (5,202 m2) facility in Lebanon, Ohio.[4]

In 2008, Fecon nearly doubled the amount of available manufacturing space by completing a 54,000 ft2 (5,016 m2) expansion to their Ohio facility.[5]

[edit] The Company Today

Fecon, a private company, has 180 employees.  Fecon’s President is John Heekin.[6]

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[edit] References

  1. Fecon Mulchers Draw Receptive Crowd. TimberLine Magazine [September 22, 2009].
  2. History. Fecon.com [September 22, 2009].
  3. History. Fecon.com [September 22, 2009].
  4. History. Fecon.com [September 22, 2009].
  5. FECON Breaks Ground on 54,000 Manufacturing Addition. Fecon.com [September 22, 2009].
  6. 2008 Cincy Manny Awards. CincyMag.com [September 22, 2009].