Greenworks facility brings battery powered outdoor equipment, 500 jobs to Morristown

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Officials with the city of Morristown and Greenworks Commercial celebrated the ribbon cutting of the new Greenworks facility at the former GE building. Greenworks specializes in the manufacturing of lithium-ion battery operated zero-emission outdoor power equipment, including lawn mowers, pressure washers, trimmers, leaf blowers, and more. The initial $25 million investment in the facility will focus on the manufacture of commercial and residential lithium-ion battery ride-on mowers and will create approximately 150 jobs by the end of 230 with a potential to create as many as 400 jobs by 2025 as the company continues to expand, offering high-tech career opportunities. This initial phase provides an annual production capacity of 30,000 ride-on mowers, gradually increasing to 80,000 by 2025. The Greenworks facility in Morristown houses two leading-edge automated guided vehicles (AGV) based assembly lines; a fully robotic vehicle chassis welding center with five fully robotic welding stations, high-precision tube and sheet metal laser cutting, stamping and CNC tube-bending equipment; a shot-blasting metal preparation center and powder-coating line; a state-of-the-art final inspection station including a light tunnel for visual inspection; and an exterior bumper and track test facility. The Morristown facility is also home to the North American Center for Advanced Vehicle Engineering within the Greenworks corporate group, with over a dozen mechanical, electrical, and testing engineers calling Morristown home by the end of 2023. The U.S. engineering team collaborates with Greenworks’ main R&D campus in Changzhou, China, and its Autonomous and Robotics R&D Center in Jönköping, Sweden.