STOUGHTON, WI – Today, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin toured Stoughton Trailers to discuss her Made in America initiatives and legislation to strengthen our supply chains.
Stoughton Trailers is supportive of Senator Baldwin’s Supply Chain Resiliency Act. Major components of Baldwin’s legislation were included in the COMPETES Act that passed the House of Representatives earlier this month.
“At a time when we are seeing supply chain disruptions, we need to invest in domestic manufacturing and a Made in America economy so that our supply chains are housed here at home, rather than outsourced abroad,” said Senator Baldwin. “My legislation will alleviate current supply chain bottlenecks and prevent future disruptions by investing in American companies to reduce our reliance on long supply chains and ensure that critical products are Made In America. As the House and Senate work together on competition and innovation legislation, I will be pushing these for reforms to be included in the final package.”
Senator Baldwin touring Stoughton Trailers’ factory in Stoughton, WI.
Stoughton Trailers started as a small family-owned business in 1961 and is now one of the industry’s leading manufacturers of conventional and intermodal transportation equipment including semi-trailers. Stoughton Trailers has nine different facilities in the South-Central Wisconsin cities of Stoughton, Evansville and Brodhead combining for over 1.3 million square feet of manufacturing space under roof.