Company: Advance Laser Machining Inc.
Location: Chippewa Falls
Founded in: 1996
What they do: One of the Midwest’s leading precision metal fabricators
How they’re growing: Construction is under way on a $3.5 million project that calls for a building expansion of 32,800 square feet and the addition of several pieces of manufacturing equipment. The project will allow ALM to meet the company’s growing demand for its services and will allow ALM to consolidate all operations and warehousing in a single location.
Since its inception in 1996, ALM has grown from three employees in 6,000 square feet in a business incubator to more than 100 employees operating out of a facility that will be 68,000 square feet upon project completion.
What they’re saying:
“The collaboration between local, county and state organizations has been very successful in bringing this project together.” – John Walton, company president
A Success Story A Day: Advance Laser Machining Inc.
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