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Whither Wisconsin manufacturing in the new global economy?

Sun Prairie, Wis. -- Where Progress Way meets Technology Drive, "old" manufacturing meets the new. And at the intersection, they decide that they really need each other.

That was one of many messages promoted Tuesday in a new, 400-page analysis of the state's manufacturing industries, commissioned by the Wisconsin Extension Manufacturing Partnership
Full article >>> ce laboratory at UW-Madison. The company, located at 515 Progress Way in the Sun Prairie Business Park, was founded in 1992 and now has 75 employees, including 11 with college degrees, said Bill Lenling, company vice president.

Manufacturing and related industries account for nearly one-half of Wisconsin's economy, according to the report. Last year, they generated $46 billion in "gross ......

Full article >>> an something tangible, such as Thermal Spray's machine parts that last far longer due to technological advances. Or it can mean selling intangibles, such as image, or security or comfort. "We try not to only sell them a solution of a new coating, but ask further: What else can we do for you?" said Lenling.

MPI chief executive officer John Brandt, who detailed the study's findings at the p......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katherine Esposito 10/12/05


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