Greenheck Relocates Damper Manufacturing To Mosinee

March, 2006

Greenheck Fan Corporation, Schofield, increased its manufacturing capacity this month by relocating approximately 65 employees to a 40,000 square-foot facility in the Mosinee Industrial Park. The additional manufacturing location will allow the company meet a growing demand for its products. Greenheck Dampers are used in various air movement and control applications in commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings. Dampers often play a crucial life safety role through the control and containment of fire and smoke exhaust.

"The continued growth and development of our damper and louver business units have allowed us the opportunity to expand," said Tim Kilgore, Greenheck’s Vice-President of Air Control and Architectural Products. "We are very excited about this move and proud to be part of the Mosinee community."

The new facility also will help Greenheck increase production efficiency and capacity in existing facilities in Schofield, according to Gary Stroyny, Chief Operating Officer. "The added space in Mosinee allows us to redesign existing manufacturing lines and improve material flow throughout the plant," he said. "The improved flow, combined with lean manufacturing principles and added space, will help us facilitate our growing sales volume for other products as well."

With annual sales exceeding $350 million, Greenheck is the leading global manufacturer of a wide range of air movement and control equipment for commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings. The company, which began operations in 1947, employs more than 2,200 at multiple manufacturing and distribution centers around the world. Greenheck is headquartered in Schofield, Wisconsin.

To obtain more information about this Greenheck announcement you may:

  1. Request information via e-mail
  2. Contact your local Greenheck Representative
  3. Phone us at (715) 359-6171 or fax us at (715) 355-2399
  4. Write us at Greenheck, P.O. Box 410, Schofield, WI 54476-0410
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