Under the leadership of Marshall Heck and Bud Brugenhemke, the fabrication of perforated screens became the perfect complement to the ever-changing list of manufacturers' products being marketed in the early 1970s.
The company has prospered each year, and today remains a respected leader in the industry under the direction of Andy Heck and Mark Wanning; the addition of Jay Clinkinbeard marks the fourth generation of family in the business.
Growing from regional roots into the international market, Edward J. Heck & Sons Co. remains small enough to attend to all their customers' needs, providing industry knowledge that comes from almost 100 years of combined experience.
Their success has been a direct result of their work ethic, their concern for the customer, and their passion for the business. Today, Edward J. Heck & Sons, Co. maintains the high level of professionalism and dedication to service originally set by Ed Heck over 60 years ago.
Demonstration of effectiveness of oiled grain. The first bin uses oiled grain. The second bin uses grain without oil.