Milwaukee Tool is planning an expansion with a Greenwood Indiana service facility and warehouse. By the end of 2025, it should create nearly 500 jobs. Having already visited their Greenwood Mississippi saw blade manufacturing plant, we’re glad to see more expansion. We also wonder what other states have a city of “Greenwood”…
The company currently employs around 5,000 people across the country. The new facility marks a $7 million investment in leasing and building out a 150,000 square-foot facility. Milwaukee intends to use the space to handle both tool repair and warehousing for the company.
According to Milwaukee Tool, the new Greenwood Indiana facility complements its other service hub in Mississippi.
“As we continue to grow, it’s important that we create true partnerships that will allow us to attract, retain and recruit the best talent in the world. We are proud to partner with the city of Greenwood and the state of Indiana to grow a world-class work environment in this community. The Greenwood, Indiana, service hub will play a critical role to help improve our service response time for users.”Steve Richman, group president for Milwaukee Tool
Milwaukee Tool is hiring immediately in the areas of management and operations for the new Greenwood tool repair and warehousing location.
According to the Indiana Economic Development Corp., Milwaukee has some serious tax incentives and credits that make it all but certain the company will hire local Indiana workers to staff the new space. That’s good news for locals, and always good news when manufacturers expand any part of their operations in the USA.
See our What Tools are Made in the USA video for more on Milwaukee Tool manufacturing.