New Jersey Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno took time from her busy schedule to visit Shupper-Brickle Equipment’s new facility in Clarksburg, NJ.
Shupper-Brickle, who has been incorporated in the state of New Jersey since 1969, distributes, services, and custom-engineers overhead material handling equipment. The business recently bought land and built a new facility in Millstone Township, Monmouth County.
Reinforcing the Governor’s office’s plan to champion small businesses in the state, the Lieutenant Governor toured the new facility and discussed the current environment with business owner and president, Andrew T. Litecky.
Said Mr. Litecky: “The Lieutenant Governor expressed her support for our efforts to grow our small business. In our new facility, we’re better able to serve our customers, with more space to stock, repair, and customize overhead material handling equipment.”