DMH Companies is a customer focused organization involved in the sales and service of waste, recycling and material handling equipment and representing well-known brands in each area of this equipment. The Company sells several well-known, respected brands of compactors and balers as well as providing service and supplies for the brands represented and most other brands in the market. The Company also handles a wide range of material handling products used in most commercial facilities. The territory served is the Upper Midwest primarily encompassing Minnesota, North and South Dakota, western Wisconsin and northern Iowa.
Dvorsak Material Handling Equipment, Inc. (“DMH Equipment”) was formed in 1998 by Greg and Gaylen Dvorsak to purchase the assets of Ellison Equipment Company (Ellison), a Twin Cities material handling distribution company. Ellison primarily concentrated on the sales of plastic container products. DMH Equipment has expanded the product line from the original plastic containers to include palleting, racking, dock equipment, packaging equipment and supplies, and general warehouse equipment and supplies.
In 2009, the Dvorsak’s together with Rick Vosberg formed DMH Services and purchased the assets of American Services Corp. from the owner, Mr. Harry Tryon. Mr. Tryon was retiring and had sold and serviced waste compaction equipment for about 20 years in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Mr. Vosberg had worked for Mr. Tryon for most of this time in a sales and service capacity.
In 2020, DMH purchased the business assets of Jeff Constans Incorporated of Savage, Minnesota. Mr. Constans, a long-time specialist in the waste equipment business, was hired and is the manager of the facility retained in Savage after the purchase. With this purchase and the Savage facility, DMH was able to significantly expand its fabrication capabilities to better meet the needs and demands of the customer base.
DMH Companies looks forward to working with your company to provide and service the most efficient waste and recycling equipment in the Midwest.