Twin Disc expansion nears completion

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Twin Disc expects the new facility to be at full capacity by early June.

Twin Disc expects the new facility to be at full capacity by early June.

Twin Disc said it is close to completing an expansion at its Wisconsin facility. The 39,000-square-foot North American aftermarket distribution center has three times the capacity of the current location in Sturtevant and provides dedicated aftermarket resources and shipping flexibility.

“The North American Aftermarket Distribution Center will be a much-needed hub for stocking and shipping all of our spare parts,” Jorge Colorado, director of aftersales and service, said in a statement. “This added distribution space will improve and streamline our aftersales operations and provide a greater customer experience by increasing our efficiency.”

The facility opened May 14, and Twin Disc expects it to be at full capacity by early June.

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