Mulcahy's new office in Fargo, N.D. Mulcahy Co.
Mulcahy's new office in Fargo, N.D.

Mulcahy Opens New Location in North Dakota

The company hired Brad Offermann as the first Fargo office employee.

Manufacturers rep firm Mulcahy Co. (Eagan, Minn.) announced its expansion into Fargo, N.D. with a new office that opened on May 1. The new location offers customers increased access to in-stock, high-need warranty parts as well as full-time service and sales support.

"Mulcahy has always had dedicated sales support for the North Dakota market and as we expanded our business, we identified an opportunity to better support those customers,” said Rob Grady, executive vice president at Mulcahy. “Our expansion into Fargo and this dedicated local presence will help us provide the next level of hydronic system sales and service across the state and northwest Minnesota.”

Mulcahy hired Brad Offermann as the first Fargo office employee. Offermann joined the Mulcahy team in November 2017. His career experience of more than 20 years includes project management, estimating, and installing hydronic and plumbing systems. He also has experience as an apprentice instructor, teaching hydronics, plumbing and safety.

Jim Burns, principal owner of Mulcahy, said: “After almost 90 years of servicing the great state of North Dakota from the Twin Cities, it’s fantastic to finally have this more local presence. The goal is to improve our responsiveness in this increasingly fast-paced construction marketplace.”

Mulcahy serves the heating, cooling and plumbing industries. It represents manufacturers of a variety of products required by these industries, such as centrifugal pumps, boilers, cooling towers, filtration systems, heat exchangers, tanks, piping systems, valves, instruments, motor control devices, solar energy products, variable-speed drives and numerous accessory items,

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