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Chippewa Valley firms land more defense work

Chippewa Falls, Wis. - Wisconsin attracts far fewer defense research dollars annually than states like Minnesota and Colorado, but a number of public and private initiatives are quietly positioning the state as a bastion for high-tech national security projects.

These projects and others like them could thrive as the war on terrorism unfolds and the nation responds to the unique th......

Full article >>> the I-94 corridor to grow into this role, and that is certainly the regional economic development plan."

Rex Systems

One of these area firms, Rex Systems, Inc., has built its business on defense - and that business has been thriving.

Operating from its plant in Chippewa Falls, RSI has been a prime contractor on more than 4,......

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Guelzow said that although the project has sparked inquiry from domestic and overseas markets, it is difficult to estimate the market value of such a product.

"There are around one million firefighters in the U.S. alone, but not all of them will need it," he said. "If it has the functionality that we hope and comes in cost-effec......

Full article >>> rful workforce, very dedicated, highly intelligent with a good work ethic," said Bill Bartolone, director of government affairs for SGI.

SGI has ongoing R&D partnerships with the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington D.C., the corporate research laboratory for the Navy and
Full article >>> lopment center in Chippewa Falls, $12 million; Extrusion Dies Industries, Chippewa Falls, which makes die technology to produce advanced plastics for food packaging and battery coatings, $3.2 million; and Small Tree Communications, which develops battlefield communication technologies and military digital informat......

Full article >>> terials; $11 million for DRS Technologies for warship motor and drive systems; and $1.7 million for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the manufacture of lightweight materials and components.

On the manufacturing side, National Presto Industries, Inc., an Eau Claire-b......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 10/06/06


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