The new Craftsman tool plant will break ground this summer and is expected to be completed in late 2020. With the new 425,000 square foot facility, Craftsman is following through on their promise to produce more tools in the USA.
Who made Craftsman USA sockets?
Stanley Black & Decker A company with over 175 years of history in tools and hardware, Stanley Black & Decker has purchased the Craftsman brand from Sears and not only is the brand being reinvigorated with exciting new products, but one of the key goals of the acquisition is to bring as much tool manufacturing (including tool storage) back
Its not Sears anymore, Stanley says in lawsuit. Stanley Black & Decker bought the Craftsman brand from Sears Holdings Corp. in 2017. The deal, valued at $900 million, let both brands continue making and selling products under the Craftsman label.
All of the tool chests, cabinets and workbenches are made in America in CRAFTSMANs Sedalia, Missouri, plant. But, that aspect of this massive product launch actually isnt new to the brand.
Verdict: Are Snap-On Tools Made in the USA? Only certain Snap-On tools are still made in the USA. Most hand tools are still made in their facilities in Milwaukee and other U.S. manufacturing locations, but products like their cordless power drill kit are made in China, among other countries.