Project to double designer and manufacturer’s facility space

Dec. 30, 2015

The company expects the work to be complete in June 2016.

RACINE, Wis. — Dec. 23, 2015 — Marlo Incorporated is involved in a project to expand its current office and plant facility, according to a press release.

The project nearly doubles the facility’s current size, bringing the manufacturing space to 65,000 square feet and the office space to 10,000 square feet, noted the release.

"The increase in production capacity will give us an opportunity to help us cut down on delivery times, improve quality, attract new customers, and create new jobs in the factory," said Steve LaMere, Marlo’s president and CEO. "The office expansion will allow us to make some key hires in engineering, technical sales, and marketing in order to develop new products, improve existing products, and increase our exposure in the marketplace."

The company expects the work on the facility to be complete in June 2016, reported the release.

Marlo Inc. designs and manufactures residential, commercial and industrial wastewater treatment equipment, shared the release.

Sponsored Recommendations

NFPA 70B a Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

NFPA 70B: A Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

How digital twins drive more environmentally conscious medium- and low-voltage equipment design

Medium- and low voltage equipment specifiers can adopt digital twin technology to adopt a circular economy approach for sustainable, low-carbon equipment design.

MV equipment sustainability depends on environmentally conscious design values

Medium- and low voltage equipment manufacturers can prepare for environmental regulations now by using innovative MV switchgear design that eliminates SF6 use.

Social Distancing from your electrical equipment?

Using digital tools and apps for nearby monitoring and control increases safety and reduces arc flash hazards since electrical equipment can be operated from a safer distance....