ARMSTRONG, Iowa, Jan. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Art's Way Manufacturing Co., Inc., (NASDAQ: ARTW) a leading manufacturer and distributor of agricultural machinery, equipment and services is proud to announce it has launched a new web site for its wholly-owned subsidiary Universal Harvester – www.uhcreels.com
In May 2012, Art's Way Manufacturing, Co. Inc. completed the acquisition of assets from Universal Harvester Co., Inc. forming a wholly-owned subsidiary, Universal Harvester by Art's Way Manufacturing, Co., strengthening Art's Way's agricultural product offerings and leaving all key Universal Harvester Co. management in place serving existing and new customers.
"The new web site was developed with our dealers and customers in mind providing more information about our products, parts and fast, flexible service with a clean, easy-to navigate design," said Ardis Heidebrink, General Manager of Universal Harvester by Art's Way Manufacturing, Inc.
J. Ward McConnell Jr., Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors said, "The new site reveals a fresh look, an optimized navigation and a brand redesign. We wanted a simple, eye-catching, informative website to better reflect our long history in manufacturing patented niche farm equipment, our core focus on creating industry leading pickup reels for combines and swathers and providing outstanding customer service and support to dealers and customers."About Art's Way Manufacturing, Inc. Art's Way manufactures and distributes farm machinery and niche products including animal feed processing equipment, sugar beet defoliators and harvesters, land maintenance equipment, crop shredding equipment, round hay balers, plows, hay and forage equipment, manure spreaders, reels for combines and swathers, and top and bottom drive augers, as well as pressurized tanks and vessels, and modular animal confinement buildings and laboratories. After-market service parts are also an important part of the Company's business. The Company has three reporting segments: agricultural products; pressurized tanks and vessels; and modular buildings.