Wacker Neuson starts skid steer loader production in the U.S.

The Wacker Neuson Group is building a production line for skid steer and compact track loaders at its U.S. facility in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. The facility will go on stream in the first quarter of 2015, initially manufacturing 4 models that will initially only be distributed via the U.S. and Canadian dealer network.

With a presence in the United States since 1957, the Wacker Neuson facility in Menomonee Falls near Milwaukee was built in 1986 and recently again expanded in 2012. Covering an area of 260 000 m2, the site is home to the Wacker Neuson Corporation headquarters and its research and development departments. The company also produces trowels for the concrete technology business field here as well as rammers, rollers and trench rollers for the compaction business field and generators and pumps for the worksite technology field.

From 2015 on, Menomonee Falls will also be producing the skid steer loaders SW24 and SW28 with payloads of 1,088 kg et 1,270 kg respectively while the compact track loaders ST35 and ST45 will have payloads of 1,590 kg et 2,040 kg respectively. Concurrently, a local development team is working on further models to broaden the line.

Source: Wacker Neuson


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