Waukesha Bearings celebrates plant’s 50th anniversary

Waukesha Bearings’ plant in Antigo, Wisconsin.
Founded in Waukesha, Wisconsin in 1946, Waukesha Bearings opened its Antigo manufacturing facility in May 1972, with a workers of 3 full-time staff. In 2019, the plant expanded to 100,000 sq ft of producing space and now employs 120 folks. The manufacturing house was added to accommodate production for marine bearing systems and other new tasks awarded to the company.
“We are pleased with our success and growth to turn out to be a supplier of precision bearings to a variety of the largest multi-national firms from our small-town, Northern Wisconsin location,” said Mark Greenlund, plant supervisor.
To celebrate the 50-year milestone, the corporate is planning an occasion at the facility for workers and increasing its outreach to the group to teach them on the profession opportunities available at the web site. “ Psycho are looking for folks inside the Antigo neighborhood who wish to be part of the subsequent 50 years of success at Waukesha Bearings,” mentioned Greenlund.
The Antigo plant is the biggest of four Waukesha Bearings manufacturing sites and is supported by engineers in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Waukesha Bearings also has manufacturing services within the UK, China and Mexico.
Waukesha Bearings is a half of Dover Precision Components.
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