JTI Services joins the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association

By Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association | January 17, 2018

JTI Services LLC has joined the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association's growing roster of vendor members.

"We are pleased to welcome our latest member, JTI Services. Based in Winthrop, Minnesota, JTI Services provides electrical preventative maintenance and safety services to ethanol plants in southern Minnesota," said Tim Rudnicki, executive director of the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association.

Cody Jackson, JTI Services operations manager and certified level-III thermographer, said the company specializes in electrical infrared inspections and arc flash risk assessments. 

"The electrical infrared inspections we provide to the ethanol industry help tremendously with cost savings while the arc flash risk assessments improve plant safety through injury prevention and compliance," he said.

JTI Services is a family-run business established in 2013 to complement the electrical contracting services provided by its sister company, Jackson Electric Inc.

Jackson said Minnesota's ethanol industry has played a vital role in the company's growth so far and there are plans to expand its services to ethanol plants in other states.

"As JTI Services has grown in the last five years, we noticed that our core values and services align the best with ethanol plants and the everyday needs they have. We are experts in the electrical preventive maintenance industry and our expertise is best put to use solving the problems ethanol plants face daily.

"Besides all the signs that point us toward the ethanol industry and why it makes sense for our companies, we actually care about the industry because it has helped support our other family business for the last 24 years where we have served as an industrial and commercial electrical contractor," he said.  

Apart from the ethanol industry, Jackson said the company also provides services to heavy commercial industries such as manufacturing and food processing.

Learn more about JTI Services here.