BELOIT, WI-Murray Enterprises has bought a 117,000-square-foot industrial facility at 2611 Helen Dr. The trucking and warehousing services provider purchased the property from food company Kerry Inc. for about $2 million. The property, which was built in 1970, will be used to support the company’s plans to expand into the Greater Rockford area.

“Murray services a lot of food companies in the Midwest, including Hormel, which is located in Beloit,” says Gary Seidel with Beloit-based Point ONE Commercial Real Estate, which represented Kerry in the sale. “It’s a good building for a good price, and closeness to an existing client.” Murray Enterprises was represented in the deal by Andy Doyle of NAI Ruhl & Ruhl Commercial Co., based in the Quad Cities.

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