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ART’S WAY MANUFACTURING PROMOTES DAN PALMER TO PRESIDENT OF ART’S WAY SCIENTIFIC – BUILDINGS FOR SCIENCE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information, Contact:
May 12, 2010 Jim Drewitz, Investor Relations
830-669-2466

 

ARMSTRONG, Iowa, May 12, 2010 – Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARTW), a leading manufacturer and distributor of niche agricultural machinery, equipment and services, is pleased to announce the promotion of Dan Palmer to President of Art’s Way Scientific – Buildings for Science. Previous, Mr. Palmer served as General Manager.

 

J. Ward McConnell, Jr., Executive Chairman of the Board, said, “ Dan Palmer’s leadership and experience has enabled Art’s Way Scientific to grow and serve the needs of the scientific community. Dan’s judgment, expertise and industry contacts are tremendous assets. He as proven to be a key member of the management team as we continue to focus on providing short term and long term solutions that help the scientific community deal with their laboratory needs and the Government’s financial stimulus program. I am confident Dan’s vision, talent and dedication will continue to re-enforce our position as the industry leader in designing and manufacturing custom-design, modular science laboratories.”

 

About Art’s Way Scientific, Inc. –Buildings For Science –

 

Art’s Way Scientific, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc. It is the recognized leading supplier of modular laboratories for biocontainment, animal science, public health and security requirements. Art’s Way Scientific custom designs, manufactures, delivers, and installs laboratories and research facilities to meet customers’ critical requirements. For more information, visit our website at www.buildingsforscience.com.

 

About Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc.

 

Art’s Way manufactures and distributes farm machinery niche products including animal feed processing equipment, sugar beet defoliators and harvesters, land maintenance equipment, crop shredding equipment, plows, hay and forage equipment, manure spreaders and top and bottom drive augers. After market, service parts are also an important part of the Company’s business. We have two wholly owned subsidiaries. Art’s Way Vessels Inc. manufactures pressurized tanks and vessels; Art’s Way Scientific Inc. manufactures modular animal confinement buildings and modular laboratories.

 

For More Information, Contact: Jim Drewitz, Investor Relations

830-669-2466

 

Or visit the Company’s website at www.artsway-mfg.com

 

This news release includes “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the federal securities laws. Statements of anticipated future results are based on current expectations and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to, quarterly fluctuations in results, customer demand for the Company’s products, domestic and international economic conditions, the management of growth and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings. Actual results may differ markedly from management’s expectations. The Company cautions readers not to place undue reliance upon any such forward-looking statements.

 

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ART’S WAY MANUFACTURING CLOSES ON 190,000 SQ. FT. FACILITY IN WEST UNION, IOWA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information, Contact
May 5, 2010 Jim Drewitz, Investor Relations
830-669-2499

 

The $1.3 Million Warehouse And Factory Expansion Will Create 45 Jobs

 

ARMSTRONG, Iowa, May 5, 2010 – Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARTW), a leading manufacturer and distributor of niche agricultural machinery, equipment and services, is pleased to announce the Company closed on the 190,000 square foot facility in West Union, Iowa on April 30, 2010. The Company paid $1,270,000 for the building. A grant and loan of $65,000 from Iowa Economic Development Board will help offset expenses associated with building repairs and machinery and equipment. Art’s Way is also eligible to receive $158,000 for job training. Art’s Way continues to work with the Iowa Finance Authority, to obtain long term financing of the facility with industrial development bonds.

 

J. Ward McConnell, Jr., Executive Chairman of the Board, said, “We are very pleased to have acquired this facility. Our plans for this facility will be a combination of production of our ag lines and warehouse for finished products. We first intend to start shipping over some of our finished goods for distribution and then move over production lines of our forage boxes and hay rakes. The addition of this facility will allow us to gain valuable production space and will certainly allow us to accommodate any future acquisition. The West Union area has a very deep talent pool, and the $1.3 million factory and warehouse expansion will create approximately 45 new jobs. We are delighted to be part of the West Union community.”

 

About Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc.

 

Art’s Way manufactures and distributes farm machinery niche products including animal feed processing equipment, sugar beet defoliators and harvesters, land maintenance equipment, crop shredding equipment, plows, hay and forage equipment, manure spreaders and top and bottom drive augers. After market, service parts are also an important part of the Company’s business. We have two wholly owned subsidiaries. Art’s Way Vessels Inc. manufactures pressurized tanks and vessels; Art’s Way Scientific Inc. manufactures modular animal confinement buildings and modular laboratories.

 

For More Information, Contact:         Jim Drewitz, Investor Relations

830-669-2466

 

Or visit the Company’s website at www.artsway-mfg.com

 

This news release includes “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the federal securities laws. Statements of anticipated future results are based on current expectations and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to, quarterly fluctuations in results, customer demand for the Company’s products, domestic and international economic conditions, the management of growth and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings. Actual results may differ markedly from management’s expectations. The Company cautions readers not to place undue reliance upon any such forward-looking statements.

 

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