About Us

Lindco Building

Founded on February 1, 2001, LINDCO Equipment Sales, Inc. is owned by Noreen Lindesmith, President. The company began with the selling of Wausau Snow Plows , Viking Snow Plows and Swenson Spreaders directly to municipalites. Due to customer demand, within a year LINDCO was a full line truck equipment and body company.

The company moved from just having a sales office to a 4000 square foot facility in September of 2001. In this facility the company started doing small equipment installs and repairs. By 2002, the company was building full municipal packages in their facility. In 2004, Lindco purchased four (4) acres and constructed a 12,800 square foot facility. The company moved into their new facility in December of 2004.

In 2005, the company doubled its sales volume. The company

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continues to grow every year, even during a tough ecomony. Lindco sales staff is lead by Daryl Lindesmith, Sales Manager. The Parts Department is overseen by Rachel Lindesmith, Parts Manager. The production and service department is lead by Gary Lindesmith, Service Manager. The company in 2009 is launching it’s new website with an online equipment and parts store. Lindco is also, in 2009, applying for WBE (Woman Business Enterprise) certification, since the company is 100% woman owned.

Our Mission

LINDCO’s mission is:

  • To give every customer the personal attention they need in helping them meet their equipment and parts needs, or finding a solution to a problem they may be having.
  • To deliver the finest quality products
  • To perform the highest quality workmanship
  • To treat every customer the way we would want to be treated.