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KCS International Saves Big with Zoned Heating

The Company KCS International, Inc. a major employer in Oconto County, builds yachts from 30 to 56 feet under the brand names of Cruisers Yachts and Rampage.  When Bruce Allen, director of operations for KCS, heard about the Profitable Sustainability […]

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Klondike packs savings into its operations

The Company Klondike Cheese has been producing award-winning cheese at the same location in Monroe since the late 1800’s. The family-owned company employs 80 people and is a major area employer. The Buholzer family is focused on sustainability for financial […]

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AFW Reaps Big Savings and Environmental Benefits

The Company AFW Foundry, Inc. will not be trucking 1,920 tons of sand per year to the landfill as a result of its participation in the Wisconsin Profitable Sustainability Initiative (PSI).  In addition, the company has achieved significant savings in […]

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Ball Corporation Makes a Cost-Savings Change

The Company Ball Corporation’s facility in DeForest manufactures metal cans in various sizes for Midwestern fruit and vegetable packers. This facility was the original site of the Oconomowoc Canning Company and today employs approximately 100 people. Ball Corporation has a […]

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ACH Foam Technologies Finds Energy Savings

For more than four decades, ACH Foam Technologies in Fond du Lac has been an industry leader in providing expanded polystyrene (EPS) products for the construction, geotechnical and packaging industries.  The company’s focus on sustainability is reflected in environmentally friendly products that […]

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Lanair focus on marketing, employee culture pays big dividends

Lanair focus on marketing and employee culture pays big dividends In October of 2009 when Barry Brandt purchased the family-owned and operated Lanair Products, LLC of Janesville, he knew he had a winner.  The popularity of the company’s waste oil […]

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Sadoff and Rudoy Scraps Waste and Gets Lean

Goal: Increase Production by 30% Sadoff & Rudoy Industries LLP (SRI) has been at the leading edge of its industry – recycling scrap metal – since its founding in 1947. The family-owned company became known for its innovations in handling […]

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Profitable Sustainability Initiative Helps Quality Packaging Grow Sales and Jobs

Profitable Sustainability Initiative Helps Quality Packaging Grow Sales and Jobs In 1985, Larry Wills was a successful sales representative for a distributor of packaging materials. His best customer was having a problem meeting demand for packaging products and services during […]

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Marsh Electronics Surges with Enterprise Business Transformation

Enterprise Business Transformation (EBT) Prepares Marsh Electronics for Post-Recession Growth In early 2009, Marsh Electronics of Milwaukee was feeling the full effects of the recession. Like many distributors and assembly firms, Marsh Electronics went in survival mode – instituting layoffs, […]

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Bock Rethinks its Business and Fires Up Growth

For 77 years, Bock Water Heaters Inc., has thrived as an employee-owned company with plants in Princeton (subsidiary, Tank Technology, Inc.) and Madison and employs 90. Bock has manufactured branded, oil-fired water heaters for homes. “We are the market leader […]

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