Mishawaka, IN: Today, the Governor of Indiana encouraged Hoosiers to “hunker down” as he announced his executive “stay at home” order for the State of Indiana effective March 24 through April 7, 2020. Based on guidance from the State of Indiana and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, ABI Attachments will maintain normal business operations so that it can continue to support and empower agriculturalists around the country.
Governor Holcomb’s executive order states manufacturers are exempt from the stay at home order and encouraged to maintain operations if they are “supplying essential products and services in and for their industries.” “Based on these statements and similar recommendations from the federal government, we believe our role as a manufacturer of products for the agriculture and construction industry is essential for the well being of our farmers and contractors,” says Kevin Keigley, CEO at ABI Attachments.
“We’ve taken recommended measures to ensure the safety of our employees as we continue to serve our customers,” states ABI Attachments President Scott Holmes. “Many of our teams have the ability to work remotely and our sales and service teams are fully operational. All guidelines provided by the CDC and State ‘Social Distancing Requirements’ have been taken into consideration and we will continue to modify our operations as necessary.”
About ABI Attachments: ABI Attachments, Inc. is a manufacturer of innovative ground engaging attachments based in Mishawaka, IN. Founded in 1998, ABI designs, produces, and distributes over five thousand attachments a year to the equine, sports turf, contractor, and property owner markets. ABI Attachments holds over eighteen patents and is the world’s largest manufacturer of equine drags and compact manure spreaders.