With the new product line came new business, and in 1950, we moved from Commercial Street to Phelps Street. The original building was 27,000 square feet on a three-acre lot. (In Springfield, we now have approximately 1,000,000 square feet under roof on about 50 acres.) New space made room for new products, and we built our first dairy farm milk coolers in 1955. EmBee milk coolers were built for the Meyer-Blanke Company. Paul Mueller Company's farm milk cooler has played an important role in the success and growth of our Company. Thanks to the hard work and talents of our employees, we are recognized worldwide as the producer of the industry's highest quality farm milk cooling and storage systems. Never content with the status quo, we continue to develop our dairy farm equipment with the farmer's bottom line in mind. With more than 72,000 milk coolers in roughly 125 countries, we can safely take at least a little credit for healthy teeth and bones all over the world.