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US ABB Investment Projects Total $170 Million

April 4, 2023
“The Inflation Reduction Act is triggering investment in clean energy and supporting businesses that can produce technology locally,” said Michael Gray, U.S. country holding officer of ABB.

Technology company ABB is investing $170 million in the U.S. to meeting the growing demand for electrification and automation. The investments will create skilled jobs in manufacturing and support the clean energy transition.

“The United States is critical to ABB’s success as a market that will continue to grow and benefit from our product portfolio that enables the transition to a more energy-efficient future,” said Björn Rosengren, CEO of ABB. “Currently, 85 percent of ABB’s sales in the U.S. are from products produced locally, which provides customers with a more secure supply chain and keeps good-paying manufacturing jobs in America.”

The investments and projects include:

  • $100 million: Drives and Services manufacturing facility in New Berlin, Wisconsin
  • $3 million: Installation Products Research & Development Lab and Innovation Center in Memphis, Tennessee
  • $2 million: Packaging and logistics facility in Atlanta, Georgia
  • $40 million: Facility to manufacture Elastimold in Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • $20 million: Expansion of North American robotics headquarters and manufacturing facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan
  • $4 million: Installation Products Division Northeast Distribution Center in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
  • No investment listed: Electric vehicle charger manufacturing facility in Columbia, South Carolina

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