Engineered in Wisconsin
The Allen-Bradley Company was the first to introduce the electronic motor control more than 100 years ago, and, in 1985, the company became part of Rockwell International. With access to a skilled workforce and business support available in Wisconsin, Rockwell Automation continues to advance industrial automation and smart manufacturing globally. With additional resources from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), Rockwell Automation expanded manufacturing and research facilities, including its Mequon operations. Innovation is born here and is accelerating smart manufacturing worldwide.
WEDC works with companies like Rockwell Automation because we understand the value of supporting companies in our own state, as well as creating a supportive business environment for companies interested in moving to Wisconsin. With our network of more than 600 economic development partners, we offer customized solutions and resources to help companies start, grow or locate in Wisconsin.
To learn more about what Wisconsin can do for your business, contact us.