Danfoss broke ground on its new manufacturing facility in Tallahassee, Florida

Date: 15 October 2021
Danfoss broke ground on its new manufacturing facility in Tallahassee, Florida
Danfoss is excited to expand its current manufacturing operation in Tallahassee, Florida. On September 21, the company broke ground on its new manufacturing facility at an event attended by John Dailey, mayor of Tallahassee; Jurgen Fischer, president of Danfoss Climate Solutions; Cristina Parades, director of the Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality; Ron Miller, executive director of the Innovation Park of Tallahassee; Kimberly Moore, vice president of workforce innovation at Tallahassee Community College; and the Danfoss leadership team. The 167,000 SF building, scheduled for completion in early 2023, will host state-of-the-art manufacturing for the VTX line and two TT/TG lines for Danfoss’ Turbocor compressors. The new facility will triple current manufacturing capacity and is projected to create about 200 new jobs in order to meet the growing global demand. The company is experiencing and accelerated growth.

Once manufacturing operations are moved to the new building, the existing 70,000 SF building will be converted to an Oil-Free Technology Center, housing R&D activities including pilot productions of new cooling technologies and services.

“We are excited about increasing our presence in Tallahassee, the home of magnetic bearing technology,” said Ricardo Schneider, president of Danfoss Turbocor. “This new manufacturing facility will help us continue to innovate and develop new cooling technologies. With the urgent need to reduce our carbon emissions and slow the rate of global warming, Danfoss will continue to be a leader in clean energy technologies.”

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