Since November of 2001, Nolting has been settling into its new home at 1265 Hawkeye Drive, Hiawatha, IA. According to Dan Terrill, owner and company president, the new facility is 12,000 square feet, an estimated 20 to 25 percent larger than the previous plant in Stover, MO.
has been in business for over 17 years," Terrill
Sharing the company history, Terrill
continued, "Fred Nolting created the modern longarm quilting machine in the 1970s.
After the business changed hands, Terrill
continued operations in Stover, MO, for a short period and then prepared for the move of the factory.
Relocating Nolting took one week, and Terrill incorporated many changes and improvements to the company at the same time.
Dan Terrill, president of
"We have changed everything except the quality, the strength, and durability of the machines," he
"We intend to do better with the technical aspects of the business," Terrill
Terrill himself has a background of 16 years experience working in the steel and metals fabrication industry.
has wanted to do his
own thing for a long time, and that is what has brought him to where he
"I found an opportunity and I took it," said Terrill
"I think the quilting industry is in a good place right now.
I think the longarm machines have a long life ahead of them, and I believe good things are before us.
As with any business endeavor, there are challenges that Terrill
faces and rewards that make it all worthwhile.
challenges, however, have all been "self inflicted."
shared, "The response we've received from our customers about how we are doing is rewarding.
noted that it is these same customers who drive his
"We grow as the customers demand," he
"They provide us with the ideas, and we provide the products.
That's we are all about."
To this day, Nolting Manufacturing longarm quilting machines are recognized for their superior, strong, and yet simple design.
said the plans to continue the tradition of
Daniel Terrill President of Nolting Mfg., Inc says "Both companies are highly regarded for making great products and providing excellent service at very competitive prices.
By merging companies and streamlining operations, we are able to offer quilters from around the world the widest range of innovative products and services from a single source."
Nolting Longarm and Hinterberg Quilt Frames will have offices and showrooms at 1105 Hawkeye Drive in Hiawatha, Iowa 52233.
You can learn more at www.nolting.com or www.hinterberg.com
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