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Ojibway Enclosures Completes Universal Move

Posted on January 7, 2014

Ojibway Enclosures has completed the move from its former Janesville, Wis., production facilities and offices into Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies' Center of Excellence on the Ironworks campus in Beloit, Wis. Ojibway, which designs and manufactures sound-attenuating enclosure systems and provides generator set packaging services for the standby power generation industry, was acquired by Universal AET in July.

The move is intended to help production by bringing operations under one roof into a more efficient configuration than the previous two locations. There is also more lifting capacity with higher tonnage cranes and higher hook heights in Beloit that allow Ojibway staff to produce and move larger units, including improved logistics capabilities for bigger products to be built.

Ojibway and Universal AET said they are now better positioned to serve customers who source acoustic and emissions treatment products, and complete packages for data centers, hospitals and other large-scale facilities that utilize generators or turbines for power generation.

“The move into our Beloit Center of Excellence makes both the Ojibway division and Universal AET a more efficient organization for our customers, with streamlined access to Universal AET's existing resources and personnel,” said Universal AET Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Dick Strojinc. “We have more capacity and are producing new orders even faster, with the highest degree of quality. Future expansion plans and equipment additions are scheduled to increase capacity further.”