Company: Charter Nex Films
Location: Milton (Headquarters) & Rhinelander and Superior (facilities)
Founded in: 1990
What they do: Charter Nex Films is a leading manufacturer of monolayer, coextruded and barrier films, including shrink, stand-up pouch and flexible packaging films. The company’s products are used in the agriculture, automotive, consumer goods, food and beverage, graphics, lawn and garden, medical, packaging, veterinary and wood products industries.
How they’re growing: The company undertook a $17 million 20,000 square foot expansion in 2014-15, adding 16 new positions. Although the company is just completing that project, it has just approved an additional 100,000 square feet in warehouse and production space to be completed in 2016-17. This project will add another 30 positions.
What they’re saying: “This expansion reinforces our commitment to provide our customers with unparalleled quality, service and technical support through our continued investment in state of the art facilities and equipment,” says Kathy Bolhous, Chief Executive Officer.
– Kathy Bolhaus, CEO of Charter Nex Films
A Success Story A Day: Charter Nex Films
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