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Solar Power Fuels Energy Savings at Letterhead Press

  Letterhead Press Inc., a New Berlin print finisher and packaging manufacturer, has embraced renewable energy as means of controlling rising energy costs and promoting sustainability. The company has installed a 337-kilowatt array, one of the largest solar fields in […]

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Kirsh Foundry Profits from Sustainability

As many foundries struggle to survive or have disappeared altogether, Kirsh Foundry in Beaver Dam is going strong and continues to invest in its operations. Kirsh is a manufacturer of high quality, engineered iron castings ranging in size from mere […]

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From Skeptic to Proponent – Bel Brands’ Certification Experience

After overcoming initial reluctance, the team at Bel Brands USA in Little Chute turned to food safety certification in its journey to become a world-class operation and soon found the process and the subsequent outcomes to be rewarding. In 2011, […]

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Quick Cable cuts waste and saves money

The Company Quick Cable, based in Franksville, Wisconsin, is a privately-owned company that develops, manufactures, and sells battery and electrical connectors, cable, tools and related products for commercial and industrial equipment.  They are the leader in the North American market […]

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The Wagner Companies – Building a Sustainable Culture – Profitably

Embracing environmental sustainability initiatives has fostered a culture change at The Wagner Companies while boosting its bottom line. “We looked at all aspects of our business and how they pertained to sustainability,” said Mike Skelton, manager of manufacturing services at The […]

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A Partnership Tailored For Success

Tailored Label Products (TLP) has forged a relationship with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership that has lasted nearly a decade. The Menomonee Falls-based manufacturer of custom flexographic printed labels first worked with the WMEP on a waste minimization and value-stream mapping […]

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Flambeau, Inc.: Significant Impact With PSI

When Greg Monson took over as operations manager of Flambeau, Incorporated’s Baraboo injection molding operations, he embarked on a detailed examination of the operational costs of the business. “What I saw is that we had a lot of electrical power consumption and it […]

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The Wagner Companies Export For Growth

When the construction industry experienced an extended period of softness stemming from the overall downturn in the U.S. economy, The Wagner Companies began taking a serious look at boosting its exporting activity. The company faced “downward pressure in the domestic market,” […]

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TLX Technologies: Moving Fast to Capture Market Share

TLX Technologies, LLC got its start in 1996 out of the dining room of the house of Neil Karolek, the company’s president and founder. Nearly 17 years later, the Pewaukee manufacturer of customized electro-mechanical solenoid products has grown to have […]

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Rock Energy Systems Heats Up The Market

After Rock Energy Systems, formerly Lanair Holdings LLC, purchased its largest competitor, it decided to move the manufacturing operations of the newly acquired business to Wisconsin from Pennsylvania. With no experience in relocating a business, Rock Energy Systems turned to […]

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