Hubbell expands North Carolina manufacturing presence

Sept. 19, 2019
The industrial controls company will expand its Archdale, North Carolina manufacturing site, increasing its production capacity to meet customer demand

Hubbell Industrial Controls plans to expand the company’s Archdale, North Carolina manufacturing site. According to the company, this additional facility will provide increased production capacity to meet customer demand. Hubbell Industrial Controls provides controls and related products for overhead cranes and industrial equipment in a variety of markets.

Hubbel says the 6,000 square feet of additional space will give the opportunity to streamline assembly line and shipping processes within its current facilities. Hubbell currently has 80,000 sq. ft of manufacturing and 10,000 sq. ft of test lab space in Archdale.

"We’re excited that our new facility not only helps us to improve service to our customers, but also reaffirms our commitment to our friends and neighbors here in Archdale," said vice president and general manager Christoph Vogel.

Hubbell will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at the facility on September 27. This Grand Opening is presented in coordination with the Archdale and Randolph County Chambers of Commerce.

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