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A history of innovation and success
In 1948, Floyd Kimble returned from World War II and started mining coal with hand shovels and a single truck. At that time, much of the available equipment was inefficient and short-lived. This prompted Floyd to modify his machinery, some which is still in use today. Better equipment made it possible to mine the extremely hard stone materials of east central Ohio, which had previously been unusable. This led to the formation of Kimble Clay and Limestone in 1970.
Over the years, Floyd and his wife Doris continued to innovate, and expanded the business into a number of diversified enterprises including mining coal, limestone and clay; operating modern recycling and collection centers; maintaining an active 250-acre landfill for local communities; and drilling, operating and servicing a large number of deep gas wells.
Innovation and excellence remain the cornerstones of our business. Throughout our history, we have also made our commitment to our
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