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S&C Electric Co. Opens Expanded Wisconsin Production Facility for T&D Products

Aug. 1, 2022
The new space was built adjacent to S&C’s existing 80,000-square-foot manufacturing hub in Franklin.

Power grid equipment firm S&C Electric Company opened a 55,000-square-foot manufacturing expansion of its facility in Franklin, Wisc.

Having broken ground on the building in May 2021, the new space was built adjacent to S&C’s existing 80,000-square-foot manufacturing hub in Franklin and will help to create more than 50 new skilled jobs, adding to the 150 existing team members already in S&C’s Franklin location.

Attending the event were Wisconsin State Senator Julian Bradley as well as Franklin Mayor Steve Olson, who showed his gratitude to S&C for bringing more jobs to Wisconsin residents.

The expanded Franklin facility houses the assembly and production of one of S&C’s most successful products, the IntelliRupter PulseCloser Fault Interrupter, along with Scada-Mate Switching Systems and automation controls. It will also serve as a second polymer manufacturing location to support the products manufactured in Franklin and provide additional space for local assembly and continued growth.

S&C initially put down roots in Franklin in 2002 with a 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, which has also grown with a previous expansion in 2012.

Beyond its presence in Franklin, S&C also maintains U.S. manufacturing facilities in Chicago and West Palm Beach, Fla.

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