Founded in: 1938
What they do: The world’s largest manufacturer of food waste disposers and instant hot water dispensers for home and commercial use.
How they’re growing: InSinkErator is increasing its manufacturing operations in southeastern Wisconsin by opening a new facility in Kenosha and upgrading its existing one in Racine—a project expected to create 165 new jobs and retain nearly 1,000 existing positions. The company will lease a 160,000-square-foot office building in Kenosha and invest $43.7 million to purchase new equipment and make renovations at its facility in Racine.
What they’re saying: “InSinkErator is proud to be part of both the Racine and Kenosha communities as we expand our presence and bring more jobs to southeastern Wisconsin. In the last 35 years, we’ve tripled our production at the Racine facility and we’re looking forward to continued growth with the addition of the Kenosha facility.”- Tim Ferry, company president
A Success Story A Day: InSinkErator
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