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Milwaukee adding service hub

Milwaukee Tool is establishing a new service hub in Greenwood, Ind. Anticipated to open in March 2021, this centralized repair facility will complement the company’s other service hub in Greenwood, MS.

It will employ more than 450 people and improve service response time for users, according to the company.

“As we grow, we continue to invest in the right opportunities and talent that will allow us to deliver the very best solutions and overall experience for our users and distribution partners,” said Steve Richman, Milwaukee Tool Group President, said in a statement. “We are committed to unprecedented speed, agility, innovation, and quality. This new service hub will play a critical role in our continuing to deliver on these commitments.”

Earlier this year, the company announced its plans for a new hand tool manufacturing plant in West Bend, Wis.

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