Dickman Supply breaks ground on new Marysville facility


Industrial and electrical supply company sees opportunity in Marysville area

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On Tuesday, Dec. 8 a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the new Dickman Supply facility in Marysville. From left are: Mick Given, president of Ferguson Construction; Jason Geise, son of Tim Geise, of Dickman Supply; Tim Geise, president and owner of Dickman Supply; Kevin Geise, son of Tim Geise, of Dickman Supply; Bill Conley, Marysville Branch Manager, Dickman Supply; Henk Berbee, Marysville City Councilman; and Mike Andrako, Marysville Public Service Director.


Submitted photo | Dickman Supply

Dickman Supply, one of Midwest Ohio’s leading suppliers of industrial and electrical products, broke ground on Tuesday, Dec. 8 on a new facility located off of Industrial Parkway in Marysville.

With established locations in Sidney, Celina, and Greenville, Ohio, the company expanded its footprint in November of 2013 with the addition of their Marysville facility located on North Main Street.

Through outstanding service and quality products, Dickman has outgrown their current Marysville facility and will be building a new 15,000 square foot facility to accommodate Marysville and the surrounding area’s needs.

“We are very excited to begin the construction of our new facility,” says Tim Geise, owner and president of Dickman Supply. “The additional space and resources will help us take our service of the Marysville area to a whole new level.”

The new facility is expected to be completed and open for business on May 31, 2016, exactly 25 years after opening their new Sidney headquarters, and will feature a walk-in store front for the public as well.

Since 1953, Dickman Supply has grown to become one of Midwest Ohio’s leading suppliers of industrial and electrical supplies. Headquartered in Sidney, Ohio, Dickman Supply provides complete industrial and electrical solutions through an offering of over 100 brands of products, superior technical support and value added services. Three additional branches in Celina, Greenville, and Marysville, Ohio allow Dickman to stock a large inventory and quickly service its customer’s needs. The company also offers custom control panels and wire harness assemblies through its sister operation, Electro Controls.

On Tuesday, Dec. 8 a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the new Dickman Supply facility in Marysville. From left are: Mick Given, president of Ferguson Construction; Jason Geise, son of Tim Geise, of Dickman Supply; Tim Geise, president and owner of Dickman Supply; Kevin Geise, son of Tim Geise, of Dickman Supply; Bill Conley, Marysville Branch Manager, Dickman Supply; Henk Berbee, Marysville City Councilman; and Mike Andrako, Marysville Public Service Director.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2016/01/web1_DickmanSupplyGroundbreakingpiccol.jpgOn Tuesday, Dec. 8 a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the new Dickman Supply facility in Marysville. From left are: Mick Given, president of Ferguson Construction; Jason Geise, son of Tim Geise, of Dickman Supply; Tim Geise, president and owner of Dickman Supply; Kevin Geise, son of Tim Geise, of Dickman Supply; Bill Conley, Marysville Branch Manager, Dickman Supply; Henk Berbee, Marysville City Councilman; and Mike Andrako, Marysville Public Service Director. Submitted photo | Dickman Supply

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Industrial and electrical supply company sees opportunity in Marysville area

Staff report