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RC Mowers Breaks Ground on $4.8 Million Facility

An artist's rendering of the $4.8 million RC Mowers headquarters that is being built in Green Bay, WI. The facility will triple the company's office and production space.

RC Mowers, a manufacturer of remote-operated robotic mowers, has begun construction of a new $4.8 million office and production facility in Green Bay with plans to begin operations there in February 2023.

"RC Mowers has doubled our revenue every year since our inception four years ago, and this new facility will alleviate the growing pains we are experiencing as a result of our success," said RC Mowers CEO Michael Brandt. "Investing in this new building will allow us to grow our manufacturing capabilities as our product line continues to expand, and the additional office space will accommodate our expected employee growth over the next several years."

The 36,300 sq. ft. building is located on a seven-acre site adjacent to the company's current location. It will feature 9,300 sq. ft. for office operations and another 27,000 sq. ft. of production space. The facility will provide the growing robotics mower manufacturer with three times the space it currently has.

"RC Mowers has a clear growth strategy, and this new facility is key in helping advance these goals," Brandt said. "This facility will enable us to continue providing quality, American-made robotic mowers and shows our commitment to the future of this industry."

Founded in 2018, RC Mowers manufactures remote-operated robotic mowers for commercial use. The mowers are built to safely mow steep slopes, difficult terrain and other hazardous landscapes. The mowers comply with, or exceed, ISO and ANSI standards.

For more information contact:

RC Mowers

2146 Deerfield Ave. E

Suamico, WI 54173


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