Regal

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ROYAL.

Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Dec 3 2022
USA Today Crossword – Apr 4 2022
NY Times Crossword 4 Feb 21, Thursday
The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 624 – May 10 2020

Random information on the term “Regal”:

Regal Beloit Corporation, usually referred to as just Regal, is a manufacturer of electric motors headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin. The company has manufacturing, sales, and service facilities throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Asia, with over 25,000 employees. As of year 2014, the company is ranked 713th on the Fortune 1000, and was the 17th largest corporation in Wisconsin.

One of the largest electric motor manufacturers in the world, its Genteq brand brushless DC electric motors are found in almost all variable-speed residential HVAC equipment in the United States today, and its GE Commercial Motors, Leeson, and Marathon Electric Motor brands are used throughout the industrial sector.

The company was founded in 1955 as Beloit Tool Corporation, and began operations in a converted roller rink. In 1961, it moved to facilities in South Beloit, Illinois, and in 1969 it changed its name to Regal Beloit. In the 1980s the company expanded its product line with a series of acquisitions of smaller companies, and in 1991 its headquarters were moved to downtown Beloit. One of Regal’s acquisitions was Marathon Special Products, producing terminal blocks, power distribution blocks and fuseholders manufactured in Bowling Green, Ohio, with new products being added regularly in addition to the Kulka brand. In 2004, two acquisitions from General Electric effectively doubled the size of the company.

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