DeWALT celebrated the grand opening of power tool manufacturing at its facility in Greenfield, Ind. The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony—sawing through a board in place of a ribbon—this week on Veterans Day. To commemorate this milestone for its seventh manufacturing facility in the United States, DeWALT also donated 70 power tools, hand tools and accessories to the Greenfield VFW, including some of the finest corded tools made right in Greenfield as well as tools manufactured at the company’s six other U.S. plants using global materials.

“We’ve made big investments to make DeWALT power tools at our Greenfield facility, using materials from all over the world, for the first time in history. Our employees are proud to tell people who they work for, what they do and that they make products for the American worker right here in the United States,” said Jeff Ansell, senior vice president and group executive at Stanley Black & Decker, parent company of DeWALT. “We’re doing the right things, for the right reasons, the right way. And as we manufacture more and more tools in the United States using global materials, our productivity and our quality continues to improve.”

The manufacturer understands that buying American products and building the American economy are important to its end users. The tool company continues to bring some of its manufacturing back to the United States with the opening of Charlotte in 2013 and Greenfield today. In 2014, DeWALT produced 62 million individual units of products using global materials in its U.S. plants. 

In addition, DeWALT has created new jobs for Americans across the country, including 135 new jobs at the 238,000-square-foot Greenfield facility. A firm supporter of Americans in uniform, the manufacturer is also committed to hiring veterans and currently employs more than 1,500 former members of the military throughout is ranks. The company has pledged to donate a minimum of $1.5 million over three years to the Wounded Warrior Project and to hire 300 U.S. military veterans over the same period.

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