ACS Going From Madison To Middleton

21 July 2016

ACS, the Wisconsin company specializing in test equipment and custom test facilities for the global engine and engine-powered vehicle and equipment industries, is moving its headquarters from Madison to its manufacturing facility in nearby Middleton. The move is expected to be completed Aug. 1.

“The ability to have our designers, engineers, and manufacturing personnel located in the same facility benefits our business and ultimately our customers,” said Scott Hoselton, ACS president. “Our customers value our management of all phases of engineering design, manufacturing, factory acceptance testing, site installation, and commissioning of equipment and controls solutions for R&D and production testing, automation and facility process systems.”

ACS opened the 40.000 sq. ft. Middleton site in 2014, which roughly doubled the company’s manufacturing and fabrication capabilities. For more information on the Middleton facility, click here.

In addition to Middleton, ACS also has regional offices in Greenville, S.C., and Troy, Mich.

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