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Waukesha Bearings® Excited to Celebrate Antigo Plant’s 50th Anniversary

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Waukesha Bearings® Excited to Celebrate Antigo Plant’s 50th Anniversary

Waukesha Bearings® Excited to Celebrate Antigo Plant’s 50th Anniversary

Waukesha Bearings, a global leader in the design and manufacture of engineered hydrodynamic bearings and magnetic bearing systems, celebrates 50 years as a member of the Antigo, Wisconsin, community.

Founded in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in 1946, Waukesha Bearings opened its Antigo manufacturing facility on May 2, 1972, with a staff of 3 full-time employees. In 2019, the plant expanded to 100,000 sq feet of manufacturing space and now employs 120 full-time employees. The manufacturing space was added to accommodate production for marine bearing systems and other new projects awarded to the company.

“We are proud of our success and growth to become a supplier of precision bearings to some of the largest multi-national corporations from our small-town, Northern Wisconsin location,” said Mark Greenlund, Plant Manager.

To celebrate this milestone, the company is planning an event at the facility for employees and extending its outreach to the community to educate them on the career opportunities available at the site. According to Mr. Greenlund, “We are looking for people within the Antigo community who want to be part of the next 50 years of success at Waukesha Bearings.”

The Antigo plant is the largest of four manufacturing sites and is supported by engineers in Waukesha, Wisconsin. To serve its global customer base, Waukesha Bearings also has manufacturing facilities in the United Kingdom, China, and Mexico.

About Waukesha Bearings

Waukesha Bearings® is a global leader in the design and manufacture of engineered hydrodynamic bearings, active magnetic bearing systems, and high-performing seal technologies. Optimized for top performance in oil & gas, power generation, marine, and industrial markets, Waukesha Bearings products are engineered to provide low power consumption, reduced operating temperatures, and increased reliability and efficiency. Typical applications include gas, steam, and hydro turbines, centrifugal gas compressors, gearboxes, pumps, and motors. Waukesha Bearings is part of Dover Precision Components, an integrated provider of performance-critical solutions for rotating and reciprocating machinery. Additional information is available at
www.waukeshabearings.com.

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