Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation

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Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation
Subsidiary
Industry Manufacturing
Founded 1924
Headquarters Brookfield, Wisconsin
Key people
Founder: A. F. Siebert President: Steven Richman
Products Power tools
Number of employees
1,450
Parent Techtronic Industries
Website www.milwaukeetool.com

The Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation is a brand of Techtronic Industries, along with AEG, Ryobi, Hoover, Dirt Devil and Vax. It produces corded and cordless power tools, hand tools, pliers, hand saws, cutters, screwdrivers, trims, knives, and tool combo kits.

In 1924 Milwaukee Tool introduced "the first lightweight portable, one-handed 1/4" capacity drill" the Hole-Shooter [1]


Its instruments, such as compress meters, digital meters, leveling items, lighting testers, check and recognition pieces, temperature meters, thermal imaging items, and instruments for cutting, clipping, drilling and material elimination devices; chargers; and other products can be found worldwide.

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