Seed Hawk Inc. has commenced construction of its new $2.8 million manufacturing facility. The new facility will expand production from 130 machines to 300 machines per year, and allow Seed Hawk to continue to expand its marketing efforts without compromising the services offered to existing customers.

"The new facility will allow us to serve our Canadian and international customers better. With the increased world-wide demand for our one-pass air drills, we need to increase our production capability, while maintaining quality control," says Brian Dean, vice-president and product development manager with Seed Hawk at Langbank, Saskatchewan, Canada.

The new facility will include 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space, 4,000 square feet of office space and will allow for increased year-round production, resulting in greater efficiencies and cost savings. The expansion is partially a result of the minority investment of Swedish company V