Company: United Alloy
Founded in: 1999
What they do: Leading manufacturer of portable power equipment.
How they’re growing: United Alloy is building an 112,500-square-foot addition to its plant on Janesville’s north side. The expansion will more than double the size of United Alloy’s existing production facility is expected to create 35 new jobs and retain more than 100 existing positions.
What they’re saying: “United Alloy is one of Janesville’s greatest success stories. Their continued growth and investment in the community is a testament not only to the region’s workforce, but of United Alloy’s quality product, management, and business practices.” – Al Hulick, economic development coordinator for the City of Janesville
A Success Story A Day: United Alloy
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