Sakai America celebrates 20 years of collecting asphalt and soil rollers in Adairsville, Georgia. “Sakai America has experienced exceptional growth over the past 20 years in the United States,” says Yasunori Azumi, President of Sakai America. We proudly assembled. 3,500 machines are here at our facility in Adairsville, Georgia, and we look forward to being a part of that community for many years to come.” Approximately 50 employees work at the Sakai America facility. The site serves as the company’s North American headquarters, and has a 175-foot-long, 97,000-foot assembly line Square feet of office and warehouse within two buildings and more than 40 acres of land for testing and machine storage. Of high-strength vibratory compactors designed for compacting asphalt pavement and for ground preparation for roads and construction sites.Products include vibrating asphalt rollers in various sizes classes and an exclusive vibrating pneumatic tire roller, she says “I started with Sakai America in 2000 and was part of the team that chose this location to build the first assembly facility in the United States,” says Kevin McClain, Vice President, Sakai America. “We currently assemble four of our best-selling machines here in Adairsville.” This summer, Sakai will begin assembling the SW774 series, now made in Japan, at the facility. Sakai was founded in Japan in 1918, to manufacture and repair diesel locomotives and engines. The company now produces a wide range of vibratory compressors and heavy machinery for road construction. Sakai vibratory compressors were introduced to North America in 1976.