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Nelson Global Products Inc., announced a restructuring plan that will reduce costs and utilize excess capacity in other Nelson facilities in North America. The consolidation includes the closing of facilities in Clinton, Tennessee, and Cambridge, Minnesota. 

The company is a global player in the design, manufacture and marketing of exhaust, tubular, and emissions related products for on and off-road vehicles, outdoor power equipment and power sports markets.

Steve Scgalski, CEO of Nelson Global Products, says the decision to restructure was difficult, but necessary to ensure cost effectiveness and the continued growth of the company.

The company anticipates closing the Clinton and Cambridge manufacturing plants by the end of this year. The decision affects approximately 300 Nelson employees.

With 70+ years of experience in engineering and manufacturing, Nelson Global Products designs, manufactures, and markets a broad range of high performance exhaust, tubular, and emissions related products for OEM and aftermarket use for the global on-highway, off-highway, and power sports markets. 

These products include mufflers and silencers; exhaust tube assemblies; EGR and Thermal Management Tubing (TMT) for emissions systems; pressurized tube assemblies for air, hydraulic and lubrication; and structural assemblies.   

The company's operations include corporate offices in Stoughton, WI and manufacturing operations in Fort Wayne, IN; Arcadia, Black River Falls and Viroqua, Wisconsin; Troutdale, OR; Statesville, NC; and international operations in Monterrey and Saltillo Mexico; Scoresby, Australia; Daman, Chenai, Rudrapaur, and Pune India; Rio Grande do Sul and Araucaria, Brazil; and Changzhou, China.


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