TLX Technologies was awarded a grant through the Export Development Grant Program provided by Milwaukee 7 and JPMorgan Chase. This program was developed to help manufacturers selling a proprietary product line grow in international trade. TLX Technologies was able to use funds from the grant to attend an international trade show in Dubai, UAE. Read More
TLX Technologies was pleased to host students for our Manufacturing Day event on October 4th. The Waukesha Freeman highlighted TLX's event for local middle and high school students and the effort by all manufacturers to educate students about the opportunities in manufacturing. Read More
"Precise Valve Control", written by our engineering department, was published in Transmission Technology International magazine. Read More
"Dialog of the DEF", written by one of our engineers, was published in Industrial Vehicle Technology International magazine. Read More
TLX Technologies' first automated cell has been approved for full scale production of solenoid valves for a Tier 1 automotive supplier.
"Supervision for Releasing Devices on Extinguishing Systems", written by one of our engineers, was published in International Fire Protection magazine. Read More
TLX Technologies once again hosted over 300 students for the Manufacturing Day event on October 2nd. We were pleased to welcome several dignitaries who spoke with the students about the opportunities available to them in manufacturing. The Milwaukee Business Journal highlighted this effort that many local manufacturers are involved in promoting to Wisconsin middle and high school students. Read More
TLX Technologies is highlighted in a Manufacturing Day video as a result of Senator Ron Johnson visiting the facility on Manufacturing Day. View Message
"DCT Solenoid Development", written by one of our engineers, was published in Transmission Technology International magazine. Read More
We were privileged to have several of our employees featured in an article for Manufacturing Today WI. The goal of this publication is to alert students to the opportunities available to them in manufacturing. Read More
TLX Technologies announced the opening of our wholly owned subsidiary in Changshu Economic and Technology Zone in Changshu, China. The newly opened facility will manufacture and service automotive and industrial markets in China and the surrounding region. Read More
Several employees were featured in an article for Manufacturing Today WI. This publication, which focuses on manufacturing careers, goes out to middle and high school aged students, parents and teachers in Wisconsin. Currently, it is the only paper of its kind in the United States.
TLX Technologies' President, Neil Karolek is interviewed by Tom Still, President of the Wisconsin Technology Council regarding opportunities for Wisconsin companies to do business abroad. Read More
TLX Technologies' President, Neil Karolek is interviewed by the Waukesha Freeman regarding TLX's growth over the years and its exporting strategies. Read More
TLX Technologies is awarded the Manufacturer of the Year award at the Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala. In addition, our own Mr. Groth received the Employee of the Year award for his outstanding work and generous spirit he demonstrates daily to his coworkers and TLX customers.
TLX Technologies has been nominated for the Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award (Small Business Category) and also for the Pewaukee Manufacturer of the Year Award. We are honored to have been nominated and look forward to another great year in 2015!
TLX Technologies' President, Neil Karolek, participated as one of the symposium's faculty members for the 2014 M&A Summit in NYC, New York. View Mr. Karolek's interview from the symposium.
TLX Technologies hosted tours for over 300 local high school and middle school students as part of Manufacturing Month in Wisconsin. The event was featured in The Freeman's article "National Manufacturing Month Begins"National Manufacturing Month Begins.
TLX Technologies launches a company-wide lean manufacturing training series that will span multiple days of on-site training over the next few months. TLX is committed to providing continued development opportunities for employees to increase individual skills and knowledge while building a stronger workforce. Read More
Several of our employees were invited to attend the annual State-of-the-State address in Madison, Wisconsin which highlighted employment opportunities in the state. TLX Technologies is excited to be part of a thriving manufacturing community in Wisconsin.
TLX Technologies' open house and Manufacturing Day celebration is featured in the Waukesha Freeman. Read More
Employees participated in a drive to benefit the Elmbrook Humane Society. Supplies gathered will benefit the 2000+ animals cared for by the shelter each year.
TLX joins Governor Scott Walker at the Wisconsin Shanghai Reception during the governor's recent trade mission to China.
Due to our tremendous growth over the last few years, TLX moves to a larger location in Pewaukee, WI. Not only does the new location increase TLX's production capacity, but also provides much needed space to expand our engineering, testing and quality labs.
TLX Technologies is recognized for the second time by Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s (MMAC) Future 50 awards program for significant revenue and employment growth. Read More
TLX Technologies becomes a member of AIAG (Automotive Industry Action Group). This not-for-profit association brings together a diverse group of stakeholders in the automotive industry "to work collaboratively to streamline industry processes via global standards development & harmonized business practices".
Senator Rich Zipperer visits TLX Technologies to learn more about our company and discuss the business climate in Wisconsin.
TLX Technologies named as a nominee for the 2011 Wisconsin Manufacturing of the Year award.
Employees from TLX Technologies participated in a food drive to benefit the Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee. Food gathered will benefit individuals in need in the Milwaukee area.
Employees from TLX Technologies participated in the Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes on October 15th. Funds raised from the walk are used for research, information and advocacy and also public awareness activities.