Three cheers to Wausaukee Composites. Keep Gillett growing. What a GREAT Story.
Posted February 9, 2008
Wausaukee Composites expands to Cuba City
Company expects to add 70 employees at 3 Wisconsin plants
WAUSAUKEE — Wausaukee Composites will begin production of parts for wind
turbines at a new plant in Cuba City next week. The Marinette County composite plastic and fiberglass components manufacturer is building wind turbine A nacelle housings for two wind turbine generator manufacturers.
A nacelle is a protective covering on a generator. The company said the two contracts are expected to generate more than $35 million in sales over three years.
Production workers can apply at the plants in Wausaukee or Gillett, or at Nicolet Staffing in Iron Mountain, Manpower in Menominee or ABR Employment Services in Green Bay. Professional workers are being hired through the corporate headquarters at the Wausaukee plant.
The company has pretty much depleted the labor pool in Wausaukee and is
drawing workers from Green Bay and Marinette in Wisconsin and Iron Mountain,
Kingsford and Escanaba in Michigan, he said.
Does anyone notice what town is missing from the above list of cities near Michigan? The city I am thinking of is 4.3 miles from Iron Mountain Mi. and 4.3 miles from Kingsford Mi.
Can the Press Gazette say Niagara Wisconsin. I would say not. The Mill in Niagra is shutting down, and Wausaukee Composites cannot find the labor pool to fill the jobs.
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