Cemen Tech was founded in 1969 by Hugh and Eileen Tobler as a marketing company to sell the Irl Daffin Company Concrete Mobile.The Concrete Mobile was the original and only mobile or volumetric concrete mixer at that time. The Concrete Mobile’s concept was simple. It was designed to hold the materials necessary to produce concrete separately and to measure by volume and mix the materials as needed on site. The Concrete Mobile provided customers could fresh, high quality concrete on demand when and where it was needed. After doing business in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area for a few years, the company relocated to Indianola, Iowa. The move allowed the company to be more centralized in their territory. The Iowa facility provided the space needed to rebuild used mixers and to house a growing parts business. Cemen Tech immediately expanded their services to sell loaders, tree spades and cement silos, as well as replacement parts for the Concrete Mobile. During the lates, Cemen Tech started experimenting with producing volumetric mixers. The first models were stationary models. In later years, truck and trailer-mounted mobile mixers were added. The new machines were originally called Concrete Dispensers. Because of a strong commitment to customers, focus on innovation, and continuous improvement in design, Cemen Tech earned respect as the most efficient and productive mixers in the market.