Konecranes, an international manufacturer of heavy lift equipment, has expanded its Electric Components Manufacturing Center to a new location in Pleasant Prairie, relocating from Gurnee, IL.
Kenall, a lighting manufacturer, is relocating its entire company operations to Kenosha from Gurnee, Ill.
German manufacturer PTF Pfuller is opening an office in Sturtevant for the company's first U.S. Campbell's Soup has consolidated its spice production in Milwaukee, moving the work done at its New Jersey operation to Milwaukee and adding 10 production jobs.
United Natural Foods is planning to start construction this summer on a $41 million organic food distribution center in Sturtevant.
Noark Electric is a manufacturer of electrical components that is headquartered in China and has significant operations in Europe.
Blue Star Infotech of India and Trisept Solutions of Bayside have announced a joint venture, Blue7 Solutions, that will create 250 new jobs in Bayside over the next five years at an average salary of $60,000.
Paul Davis Restoration is moving its headquarters, training facility, and 100 jobs to Milwaukee’s south side in a new 40,000 square-foot building. Paul Davis will make a capital investment of $10 million in equipment and a new headquarters building to be located in Milwaukee along I-94 north of Becher, and will create approximately 100 jobs over the next six years. Baptista’s Bakery is planning a major expansion that will nearly double the size of its baking facility in Franklin.
Thomas Magnete, a German manufacturer of fluid power devices for the automotive and machinery markets, has selected Brookfield for its first production facility in the U.S. Thomas Magnete USA is owned by Thomas Magnete GmbH, headquartered in Herdorf, Germany, with operations in Europe and Asia. Spanish firm Sic Lazaro, a producer of industrial counterweights, is establishing its first manufacturing operation in North America on Milwaukee’s far north side. The company targeted Wisconsin as a location because of the state’s manufacturing heritage and base.
Now the second-largest printer in the Western Hemisphere, Sussex-based Quad is receiving $46 million in state assistance through Enterprise Zone tax credits to create the new jobs and retain 5,500 existing jobs in Wisconsin. Bucyrus International is expanding its mining equipment operations and will create 515 jobs as a result of growing demand and the acquisition of the mining division of Terex Corp.
Caterpillar, the world's largest construction equipment maker, recently announced it has agreed to buy Bucyrus for $7.6 billion to greatly expand its mining machine manufacturing footprint, adding large shovels and drills to its range of smaller mining machinery. Italy-based Seda chose Wisconsin for its first North American location over Toronto and Pennsylvania. Waukesha Electric Systems is breaking ground on a $70 million plant expansion that is expected to add up to 250 jobs. American Micro Detection Systems, Inc., a water technology company, announced it has chosen Milwaukee as the location for its manufacturing and support operations.
AMDS' decision to locate in Milwaukee is another example of how water technology is becoming a strong driver of economic development in southeast Wisconsin. Helios USA has chosen Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley as the site for its first photovoltaic manufacturing plant serving the growing North American market.
C&D Technologies, a manufacturer of industrial batteries headquartered in Pennsylvania with a plant in Milwaukee, was having workforce and permitting issues here. Clifton Gunderson, one of the nation’s largest certified public accounting and consulting firms, relocated its corporate headquarters from Peoria, Ill.
Gehl Corporation, the West Bend manufacturer of construction and agricultural equipment, considered relocating to another state. The Milwaukee Region's proximity to Chicago, its large manufacturing sector and its available pool of low-skilled workers have proven to be the perfect ingredients for William Beckett to grow his business.
Tina Chang is no stranger to "big ponds." She hails from New York City and attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison before coming to Milwaukee to work for a national consulting firm. A business culture focused on getting things done, a strong infrastructure and a workforce thirsty to learn. Samantha DeLay has a new perspective of Milwaukee after moving here to start a career in financial services. Relocating is never easy, but for Carolyn Woznicki and her family, it didn’t take long to feel right at home in the Milwaukee Region. Kennedy moved to Milwaukee several years ago with his wife when she was recruited by an area hospital for a surgeon position. Providing unparalleled warmth and comfort, the new heated jacket utilizes three sewn-in carbon fiber heating zones, strategically placed in key areas, to warm the user’s core. Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation, a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based subsidiary of Techtronic Industries Co. For the 2013 EC&M Product of the Year competition, we received 160 entries spread out over 46 categories. The company considered multiple locations before choosing southeast Wisconsin for its new operation.
The company is moving to a new 354,000-square-foot headquarters and will investment approximately $30 million in capital improvements.
Walker, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., City of Kenosha, Kenosha County, Kenosha Area Business Alliance, Gateway Technical College and Milwaukee 7 working closely and collaboratively for 10 months to land the deal for Wisconsin. The company is retaining 35 jobs here at its local operation, bringing its total workforce to 45.
A manufacturer and distributor of fire suppression devices, the company will bring 19 headquarters, sales and support staff positions to it new location.
Paul Davis Restoration is a series of local franchises owned by The Franchise Company out of Toronto, Canada. The company considered other cities including Houston, Omaha and Indianapolis for its national headquarters and training facility before choosing Milwaukee. The $75 million project will add  new equipment and about 120,000 square feet of additional space. The company produces high-end pet food for dogs and cats from 95% all-natural meat and organic fruits and vegetables that is frozen or freeze-dried, which maintains the taste and nutritional benefits. The company will spend $3 million to buy equipment and renovate a 20,000-square-foot leased building, and expects to create 27 new jobs by 2015. The merged company has combined sales of $5.1 billion and 30,000 employees, with about 6,000 workers in Wisconsin at five plants.
South Milwaukee-based Bucyrus is investing $44 million for the project, including $5 million for worker training and $39 million in capital investment to rehab the former Midwest Airlines headquarters in Oak Creek that will serve as its headquarters. Peoria, Ill.-based Cat will locate its global mining division headquarters at Bucyrus' new headquarters in Oak Creek. The company chose Milwaukee because it wanted to escape the expense of Chicago, but stay in a vibrant community.
AMDS, headquartered in Stockton, Cal., manufactures sophisticated analytical instruments used to detect contaminants in water and other fluids. The first solar module manufacturer in Wisconsin, Helios will begin full production in the fourth quarter of 2010 and utilize an advanced, automated production platform to serve both the commercial and residential markets.

The new 50,000-square-foot plant will be constructed in the Menomonee Valley, a former brownfield that has received national awards for its revitalization. Job functions include flight crews, heavy aircraft maintenance and technical support and reservations call center. At risk were 190 high paying headquarter jobs, and the potential of more than 80 new R&D positions. Eventually she became majority owner of SysLogic, a custom software development and IT consulting firm. Since moving to Milwaukee from the Chicago area 15 years ago, he has worked as a project manager for several industrial products companies before starting a residential real estate business buying and rehabbing properties. That's what has impressed Eric and Mary Isbister, who moved to the Milwaukee Region from the East Coast in 1997 to run GenMet Corp., a Mequon-based metal fabricator. Baird & Co., a leading full-service investment firm that has been named to Fortune's "100 Best Companies To Work For" for ten consecutive years. This durable heating element can be set to high, medium or low with a simple touch of a button on the lapel. The M12™ platform will continue to offer innovative solutions in power, productivity and portability. Milwaukee's assets - workforce, location, educational system and infrastructure - combined with the region's strong manufacturing base played an important part in the company's decision to locate here. The company currently has approximately 400 employees and plans to grow to more than 600 by 2018. PTF produces high-precision metal components used in the semiconductor, medical device, aerospace and food industries. Milwaukee 7 helped identify properties early in the process and coordinated the incentive offerings that were eventually made by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. As part of the investment, Milwaukee Electric Tool has established a global rotary hammer advanced development center as well as an advanced motor development and prototyping center. Blue7 Solutions will be a “Travel Services Center of Excellence” serving the customers of Blue Star and Trisept. Bostik has 164 employees in Wauwatosa and is among the largest manufacturers of adhesives and sealants in the world. The contract manufacturer of baked snacks currently has 160 employees and plans to add more than 200 new full-time jobs when the expansion is completed.
Stella & Chewy's currently has 26 employees and plans to add eight or nine more with the expansion, which includes $6 million in capital investment. The State of Wisconsin, Waukesha County, the City of Brookfield and M7 worked collaboratively to secure this project. The state is providing $20 million in the form of Enterprise Zone tax credits to support the company’s consolidation and expansion.
The company will initially employ around 10 people when it opens in, but hopes to have several hundred employees in five years. Helios selected Milwaukee based on its energy-related manufacturing heritage and its skilled labor pool. Additional assistance helped secure a federal earmark for the company that led to an initial commitment to bring a multimillion-dollar lithium-ion battery research facility and up to 150 new jobs to Milwaukee, beating out Pennsylvania and Shanghai, China, for the plant.
Thanks to a regional response coordinated by the Milwaukee 7 that included $7 million in state, county and municipal incentives, Gehl built a new $20 million headquarters and R&D facility that stabilizes and anchors West Bend. Hidden in a sleek back pocket, the RED LITHIUM® battery delivers superior runtime, with up to six hours of continuous heat on a single battery charge.
The heated jacket is also water and wind resistant to provide comfort and durability in harsh environments.
The company plans to add distribution and production capabilities in the next few years as its customer base grows. Blue Star Infotech, based in Mumbai, India, is an IT firm that operates seven software development centers in Mumbai and Bangalore. The City of Franklin is providing a $500,000 grant in conjunction with $2.26 million from a state tax credit program to support the expansion.
The company chose the Milwaukee Region based on its workforce, location, educational system and infrastructure that all directly support manufacturing.
The company expects to hire 10 to 20 people by the end of 2010 and more than 50 by the following summer.
The system offers enhanced rigidity and a unique open-back design so users can wire from the front or back of the assembly.
PTF chose the Milwaukee Region because of its central location, proximity to existing customers and quality technical colleges.
Trisept Solutions, headquartered in Bayside, has 180 employees worldwide and provides technology services for vacation packages and travel agencies, facilitating 3.5 million travel packages annually. Multiple entities collaborated to lure Helios to Milwaukee, including the Milwaukee 7, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation, Wisconsin Department of Commerce and BizStarts. Wisconsin was in competition with four other states for the operation, including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.
This tool combines the visual insight of a thermal imager, the visual images of a digital camera, and the point-and-shoot convenience of an infrared (IR) thermometer.
The tool instantly detects problems using blended thermal and digital imager, and will display and save images as full visual, full infrared, or in three blended modes (25%, 50%, and 75%).
Markers pinpoint hot and cold spots indicating the hottest temperature with a red box and the coldest with a blue box.
A temperature reading is provided at the center point, while images are saved to a micro-SD card.
The product is offered that include: 5 ft of base, 5 ft of mounting hinge rail, and four latching clips. According to the company, the product adapts to the underside of table and requires no special tools.
No tools are required when assembling to the cable or box, and the anti-short bushing is pre-assembled and will not fall out during transit or installation.
After installing the old-work box in the wall and fishing the cable through the box, simply snap the cable to the fitting and snap the fitting into the box. Available in a wide range of styles, trade sizes, and materials, the hubs offer easy installation, feature a smooth pulling surface, and include multiple certifications. The instrument removes the physical PLC, incorporates logic into the operator interface, and provides a single software package for control and visualization. Featuring a 400-MHz reduced instruction set computer (RISC) processor and custom-developed software drivers, the product uses the open Controller Development System software (CoDeSys) standard. Designed to operate using two 1.5V AAA batteries, each adapter features a unique Media Access Control (MAC) address.
Able to mount to luminaires, ceilings and walls, the data loggers can be set up and installed in less than 1 min, according to the company. Once data has been recorded, it can be easily viewed in graph form using accompanying HOBOware Pro software, and printed out for use in reports.

The bracket telescopes to the desired length, attaches to threaded rod with a captive threaded nut at each end, and is locked in place by tightening a screw on a pre-installed steel band. The modules provide adjustable photocell thresholds, astronomical clock with up to nine time-of-day actions, and motion detector inputs for additional savings. With the proper connector, the driver provides output current based on the module connected, allowing a wide choice of lumen output and run times.
The luminaire’s body and mounting module are manufactured from copper-free aluminum with a Corro-free epoxy powder and hatter-resistant, explosionproof glass lens.
The product also includes a silicone gasket as well as a stainless steel guard and exterior hardware. The system delivers efficiency by using a low-wattage illumination source and then carefully controlling lighting behavior with sensors and system settings. If sufficient daylight is available, fixtures automatically and gradually dim on a fixture-by-fixture basis while ensuring proper light levels are maintained. The ability to fine tune lighting is offered via wireless networking and LightRules management software.
Detailed operational reports show occupancy, energy usage, daylight harvesting savings, what-if scenarios, and more. Available in four sizes with a choice of two to 10 LED Light Square configurations, the product can be mounted to a round or square pole in seven different configurations from a single head to up to four fixtures. According to the company, the luminaire’s translating center beam optics reduce glare at high aiming angles. Suitable for sloped ceilings and accent lighting applications, the luminaire features a Xicato light engine and is available with Xicato’s Artist Series module as well.
Using the 2-in.-deep downlight housing, the luminaire is adaptable vertically or horizontally along acoustical grid-ceiling panels in any size space, while flush-mounted housings can be placed in any common, flat, T-Bar drop ceiling. These transformers minimize the number of feed points and allow dimming down to 1% using conventional low voltage dimmers.
According to the company, this allows for twice as many retrofit fixture installations in the same amount of time.
The product is available with optional easy to assemble, snap-in reflectors, fits most 2x2 and 2x4 troffers, and comes in 2- and 3-lamp configurations as well as in high, normal, and low ballast factors. Features include advanced DC capacitors, new-generation insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs), and a real-time clock and calendar. In addition, the units can be tuned to actual energy needs, tapering system requirements during off hours, weekends, and holidays. For more complex troubleshooting, users can view live measurements from up to 10 modules simultaneously on a computer equipped with the CNX PC adapter.
Features include AC voltage, AC current clamp, iFlex AC current clamp, and K-Type temperature.
Eliminating the need for cooling, the flywheel system features a small footprint and a touchscreen GUI that offers full monitoring and event logging.
Users can customize the 100 A and 225 A busway with flexible tap-off units for future scalability and PowerLogic energy metering to control energy costs.
Other features include tool-less installation of plug-in units, above-the-rack installation, and copper bus bars to reduce heat losses. The panelboards control lights and provide a total infrastructure for measuring and verifying the performance of all lighting and plug load energy conservation measures. Users can observe breaker status, system operation, or make configuration changes with user-friendly software. Featuring instantaneous zone-selective interlocking (I-ZSI) and waveform recognition (WFR) technologies, the switchboard provides users with a combination of full selective coordination and simultaneous arc flash protection.
When responding to a fault, the product has the intelligence to tell circuit breakers to respond either immediately or as a backup, depending on the situation. With the front-accessible gear, users may no longer need to meet the NEC requirement of 36 in. In addition, the product is designed to protect users around the entire perimeter of the equipment.
This technology minimizes nuisance tripping so the fault is cleared by the circuit breaker immediately upstream of the occurrence, allowing the remaining areas of the system to operate without disruption. The fuse holder is mounted directly onto a bus bar and features a UL4248-18 listing at 1,000VDC for 10x38 fuses as large as 30A.
In addition, the product is designed to eliminate the need for fabricated comb-style bus bar.
Sizes range from a 14-mm × 65-mm ferrule fuse to four square body XL sizes, with ampacities from 15A to 400A. Designed to protect and isolate PV array combiners and disconnects, these fuses are capable of interrupting low overcurrents associated with faulted PV systems, such as reverse current and multi-array faults. The XL size PV fuses feature compact dimensions and provide options for blade or bolt mounting. The 14-mm x 65-mm size features ferrules, bolt tags or 10-mm fixings to accommodate multiple mounting designs.
With an integral relay, the system monitors the integrity of the grounding circuit with the ability to mitigate 95% to 98% of arc flash incidents on 1st phase-to-ground fault, according to the company.
Features include assisted fault location to identify faulted feeder and phase, resistor monitoring relay and fail-safe grounding circuit, and time and date data logging. The monitoring feature helps users identify and quantify critical power quality issues at a fraction of the cost of standalone power quality monitoring systems.
The upgraded product also provide true single- and repetitive-surge test data that fully comply with engineering specifications. Short circuit program enhancements include a new bus short circuit evaluation feature, an impedance tolerance feature, improved photovoltaic short circuit model, additional flexible annotations, and a new case study feature. The industrial-grade, clear polymer window provides for visual inspections, traditional IR inspections, using cameras across the entire IR spectrum, and allows for UV inspections to be performed with a corona camera.
Features include a reinforced grill that exceeds high-voltage switchgear viewing pane standards and the ability to withstand acids, alkalis, UV, moisture, humidity, vibration, and high frequency noise — with no degradation. Hook or bullet nose attachments (sold separately) can be used in conjunction with the illuminated tip to snag and fish wire.
Weighing 14 lb, the product includes a padded shoulder strap and is powered by a single 18V Li-ion battery that provides 70% more cycles per charge than previous battery types. A diagnostics setting is available to examine battery charge status, cycle times, work history, and the number of full-pressure cycles the unit has performed.
Designed to transfer impact force directly to the work surface, the screwdrivers are available in 4-in.
A heat-treated shaft runs length of handle to the metal strike cap, while the Cushion-Grip handle provides greater torque and enhances comfort.

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