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T.D. Wall to begin development in Warren

Posted: Friday, February 3, 2012

Land north of Warren, designated for business development in the mid-1990s, will be developed as the Warren Business Park beginning this spring. T.D. Wall Inc. of Huntington has purchased the property at the northeast corner of Ind.-5 and I-69 and plans to relocate its showroom and service area to one of the three smaller lots located in the 44.5-acre business park.

T.D. Wall Inc. is currently located on CR 200N in Huntington and Tom Wall, president of T.D. Wall Inc., says the company plans to sell the other two smaller lots, as well as a 25-acre parcel that can be subdivided or sold intact in the business park, to other businesses or perhaps a manufacturing facility. The town of Warren is investigating funding options for running water and sewer lines to the property.

Customized livestock haulers that house stalls for horses, pigs, cows and other livestock and include luxury living quarters for the animals’ owners are the specialty of T.D. Wall Inc. The trailers are 40 to 50 feet long with the living quarters added by a company based in Bristol. T.D. Wall adds custom touches such as audio and video systems and special lighting. The purchasers of the customized trailers are primarily owners of show animals who travel a competition circuit.

Tommy Wall, Tom Wall’s son and third generation business partner, says T.D. Wall “really shines in the customized trailer business.” He oversees the sales of the business as well as the sales and maintenance staff.

The new Warren Business Park facility of T.D. Wall Inc. will house the livestock trailer sales, snowplow sales and mobile home and recreational vehicle parts sales, and all service and repair functions now housed at CR 200N in Huntington. The ten year old building in Huntington is currently for sale.

T.D. Wall vice president, Donny Wall, brother of Tom Wall, commented that the move to the Warren Business Park will give the family-owned business exposure to the thousands of cars that travel the interstate each day. He said, “It’s the crossroads of Indiana.”

Tom Wall says the plans of T.D. Wall Inc. include building a 20,000-square-foot-facility in the Warren Business Park. T.D. Wall opened a dealership last year in Defiance, Ohio and also exhibits at 44 trade shows across the United States each year.