SPX originated in 1911 as a United States-based supplier to the emerging automotive industry. Through a series of acquisitions and an increased focus on specific global end markets and industries, the company has since evolved into a diverse Fortune 500 company. Today, SPX provides product, service and technology solutions to multiple industries, with an emphasis on power and energy, food and beverage, vehicle and transit, infrastructure and industrial processes ― industries that cater to the needs of a growing world.
Comprised of a number of business units and divisions, SPX markets and/or manufactures customized and off-the-shelf components, equipment, technologies and other solutions under approximately 100 brands, as well as under the SPX name.
All entities within SPX work collaboratively — across business segments, business units, departments and disciplines. This enables us to deliver greater efficiencies and better ideas for helping our customers meet their needs today and tomorrow.
The overall SPX culture is one in which imagination and innovation are as valued as product reliability and profitability. That’s why our business units, divisions and brand — and the individuals representing them — continuously pursue new and better ways of thinking and working.
For more information about SPX, visit our web site at www.spx.com
SPX is an equal opportunity employer.