Manufacturing News

Milwaukee Tool southeast Wisconsin expansions march ahead with two buildings in the works
Milwaukee Tool aims to start construction on the first new building in its planned Menomonee Falls campus in spring, and is prepping about 68 more acres next door for eventual development.
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Cargill loses top spot on Forbes private companies list to Koch Industries
Cargill Inc. is no longer the largest privately held company in the U.S.  That's according to new rankings from Forbes, which has Wichita, Kansas-based Koch Industries Inc. overtaking the top spot from Minnetonka-based Cargill Inc. for the first time in 12 years. The publication put estimated revenues for Koch at $115 billion in 2019, edging out Cargill’s $114.6 billion in revenue at the end of its fiscal year in May.  Those sales represented a 4.5% increase for Koch and a 1.1% increase for…
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40 Under 40 honoree: William Swearingen with Clark Pacific
As associate director of manufacturing at Clark Pacific, William Swearingen leads manufacturing teams across two facilities.
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Greenies inventor creates next innovation: Yummy Combs
Greenies inventor Joe Roetheli talks about his latest patented product, Yummy Combs, which offers a unique way to clean dogs' teeth.
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GE Aviation warns of more cuts as pandemic drags on
More cuts are expected at GE Aviation, one of the region's largest manufacturers.
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Lakefront Brewery offers heated outdoor dining this winter: Beer Biz MKE
The Milwaukee Business Journal’s Beer Biz MKE blog looks at every corner of Milwaukee’s beer industry from distribution and canning to production and beer events. Follow along for updates on breweries coming and leaving town and the biggest trends in craft beer.
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