Macromatic President Steve Sundlov and VP Sales and Marketing Tim Burns join special guests in groundbreaking ceremonies in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The new building will include expanded offices, engineering, and manufacturing operations on the new three-acre site.
Macromatic Industrial Controls, Inc. will move its operations to a larger facility in Waukesha, WI, in the first quarter of 2021.
A new building, at 2201 Corporate Drive, will include expanded offices, engineering, and manufacturing facilities on three acres with building space for future expansion.
The beginning of construction was marked by ground-breaking ceremonies on the site in July. Speaking at the event, Macromatic President Steve Sundlov talked about the company’s plans for aggressive growth offering new, innovative IoT devices with built-in communication to support future industrial technology.
“This communication in factory floor devices allows a more efficient control of factory processes and significantly reduces costs through improved predictive maintenance capabilities,” Sundlov explained. “We will need this additional space to develop and manufacture these new Macromatic products.”
Sundlov thanked those attending the event, which he said represents an important milestone in the next phase of Macromatic growth.
“I also want to thank our customers, sales organization and suppliers for their support of our aggressive growth,” Sundlov said. "I am proud of our employees, whose hard work and dedication allows us to make this project possible. I know they look forward to keeping Macromatic a world-class manufacturer and leader in IoT innovation."
Macromatic Industrial Controls, Inc. is a 45-year-old company that designs and manufactures electronic industrial control and monitoring products. In 2019, the privately-owned company was purchased by Sundlov and the management team.
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