For restaurants, startups, and 3 of the 5 largest US food producers

New projects are built on the currency of mental strain—a lot of it. Rather than find and sell the most profitable equipment, ABM’s business model is to reduce our customers’ mental work by proving the widest breadth of services as possible within our segments*. From product testing to finding your ideal equipment, optimizing it, fitting it into your line, servicing it, and managing subcontractors, we take brainwork out of your system so you can focus on the business.

We improve processes and integrate systems for producers across many industries, operating primarily in the food/beverage, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing sectors.

Our in-house engineering, drafting, fabrication, installation, and factory-trained service technicians allow us to ensure reliable, consistent quality. Our customers are partners in creating efficient systems and enjoy 24/7 service, 365 days a year.

Equipment doesn’t leave our shop without inspection, we don’t leave a site un-buttoned, and we’re always at the other end of the phone. Whether you’re looking for an obscure component or need the best full system for your space and people, we’ll help you find it.

*Handling, processing, and packaging of bulk dry products, and inspection and weighing of most products.


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Starting out as processing equipment reps, Jeff Walling and John Cassa noticed that the wide variation in processes—even within the same product class—made it difficult for equipment manufacturers to provide useful solutions with any real economies of scale.

Jeff and John hired their first engineer and fabricator to help bridge the gap between equipment and application, starting ABM Equipment. Today, the ABM team helps customers find the best-suited equipment for their needs and customizes it to perform in their facility with in-house design, fabrication, and 24/7 support.

ABM designs and integrates systems for all sizes of companies, from small start-ups to large food companies like Tyson and Cargill, individual solutions to complete processing lines.