Wisconsin is uniquely suited to help aerospace manufacturers advance the global industry by providing a talented workforce, along with the sophisticated infrastructure needed to succeed at the highest levels of production and operation. Already known as a manufacturing leader, the state is continuously getting attention from top industry executives, who are impressed by Wisconsin’s cutting-edge research and development in engineering, power and control systems, nanotechnology and composite materials.
Facts and Figures:
• Nearly 200 companies
• 14,000+ employees
• 17 engineering-related schools
A Success Story A Day: Wisconsin's Aerospace Industry
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