Manufacturing/Logistics

Wildeck Inc. is gearing up to start a $1 million renovation project at its 150,000-square-foot Waukesha facility located at 405 Commerce St.
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Eaton Corp. notified state officials that it expects to lay off 83 employees at its Pewaukee facility beginning on Oct. 30. This will be the Cleveland-based diversified power management company's third round of layoffs since 2013, resulting in more than 300 jobs lost.
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Milwaukee-area manufacturing activity showed little improvement in August, according to the latest Marquette-ISM Report on Manufacturing.
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The WOW Workforce Development Board is seeking applications for its new Reveal Your Passion for Manufacturing Scholarship program. The first qualified 20 applicants will be considered to win a one-time $4,000 scholarship. One winner will be selected.
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As a result of Johnson Controls' recent decision to pursue spinning off its automotive business into a separate publicly traded company, 197 employees could be affected.
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Waukesha-based Hydro-Thermal Corp. recently opened a second facility down the street from its main 36,000-square-foot facility at 400 Pilot Court.
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Kenosha-based ASYST Technologies LLC was selected as the 2015 Business of the Year for the 2015 Kenosha County Business Excellence Awards, the Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce announced.
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Spectrum Resources Inc., a supplier of print and marketing communication services, has moved from its 16,200-square-foot New Berlin headquarters to a 29,000-square-foot headquarters in Muskego. The new corporate address is W160 S6369 Commerce Drive.
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Robert Arzbaecher will receive $3 million in stock options for his role as interim president and chief executive officer of Actuant Corp., according to an SEC filing by the company.
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Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Motor Co. is recalling 10,580 motorcycles to address an issue with the fuel system.
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