Overland Park, Kan. – SPX Cooling Tech, LLC, a full-line, full-service industry leader in the design and manufacture of evaporative cooling towers and fluid coolers, has announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Springfield, Missouri, that will expand the company’s capacity, while also allowing current operations to further optimize their legacy Marley® brand products.
“For over 100 years, Marley has been the preeminent manufacturer of cooling solutions for industries that have become foundational for our communities,” explained Sean McClenaghan, President of Global Cooling for SPX. “As we prepare for the next generation of growth, we are pleased to announce that SPX Cooling Tech, with the assistance of the State of Missouri Department of Economic Development, is opening the new facility in Springfield.”
The new 100,000-square-feet, SPX-operated facility is projected to be operational within six months, and is expected to employ approximately 60 team members. According to McClenaghan, the new site will support the increased investment in data centers, semiconductor fabrication facilities and battery and EV infrastructure throughout North America.
“We’re excited for the opportunities this facility will give our company and our customers,” added McClenaghan. “And we are equally as enthusiastic about being able to work within the community of Springfield.”
SPX Cooling also continues to invest in their existing manufacturing facilities to improve throughput and product quality, including making significant upgrades over the past year to the equipment in the company’s main manufacturing location in Olathe, Kansas.