Jax Opens New Headquarters in Wisconsin


Jax Lubricants has completed construction of a new headquarters and a factory expansion that increases its lubricants and greases production capacity, the company announced last week.

Officials said the project tripled the area of the company’s production floor and added new blending equipment.

The 120,000-square foot expansion houses Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin-based Jax’s headquarters, offices, production facilities and distribution efforts, the company said in a press release issued Aug. 14.

“We have added additional blending capacity including larger kettles, but also some smaller kettles for low minimum, specialty blends,” a Jax spokesperson told Lube Report.

“We have also added additional inbound raw material receiving capabilities, and additional packaging capabilities from pints on up,” they continued. “A fresh, dedicated space for shipping and receiving and a trucker lounge [were added] to help ensure speedy offloading and loading including two dock doors that were specially designed to secure international containers for shipping.”

The spokesperson said although the site has room for further expansion in the future, the company has no current plans to do so.

Jax President Kyle Peter said in a press release the new facilities will provide the company “with an optimal environment for collaboration, research, and development.”

Jax manufactures a number of lubricant products, including food-grade lubes, greases, metalworking fluids and hydraulic fluids.