Schneider Electric Expanding Texas Plant

The new El Paso, TX facility will create 120 new jobs to accommodate growth in the data center market, and showcase the latest in smart factory innovation.

Schneider Electric recently inaugurated a new plant in El Paso, TX which will increase production capacity to accommodate growth in the data center market. The 112,000-square-foot expansion of Schneider Electric’s current operations will create 100 hourly and 20 salaried jobs to support production of new energy management and automation products and solutions.

El Paso, Texas“The incredible talent and resources available in Texas have enabled Schneider Electric to continually innovate for our customers and improve our manufacturing processes,” said Ted Klee, Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain, North America, Schneider Electric. “We’re confident this continued investment in El Paso will benefit the community as well as our customers, suppliers, and employees, and will serve the demands of the market for years to come.”

Named El Paso 3, the new plant will employ the latest techniques in supply chain methodology for enhanced quality and productivity and will integrate Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure products throughout the facility. This includes the integration of connected products, edge control, and analytics software on the plant floor, demonstrating the latest in smart factory innovation. Furthermore, the plant will embrace Schneider Electric’s new modern workplace policy and provide an open, collaborative space for employees.

“Schneider Electric has contributed greatly to the economic growth of the city of El Paso and we’re pleased by the company’s continued investment in our community,” said El Paso Mayor Dee Margo. “The 120 high quality jobs created by this expansion will help to further attract talent and prosperity to the area, while setting an excellent example of forward-thinking business operations and technological innovation.”

El Paso 3 will begin production this month and ramp up to full capacity in Q1 2019.

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