Magnetek Relocates Telecom Power Systems to Wis. (12/19)
Monday, January 01, 2007 | Comments
Magnetek announced it is in the process of moving its Telecom Power Systems production and engineering from Dallas, to the company's headquarters and largest manufacturing center, in Menomonee Falls, Wis. The company has secured 44,000 square feet, with an option to lease an additional 30,000 square feet to support future expansion, in a facility near its Menomonee Falls headquarters. The majority of the leased space will house manufacturing for the Telecom Power Systems business, as well as administrative offices. Magnetek has already begun producing power systems at the new Menomonee Falls facility, having shipped its first 40 remote battery backup power systems for wireless communications sites.

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