ST Paper purchased the Oconto Falls mill in 2007 and made investments in the operation to expand its customer reach and improve production capabilities. Today it is an outsourced manufacturer of 100% recycled fiber tissue, napkin, and towel products for the paper industry and employees 95 employees. ST Paper is active in the Oconto Falls […]
NMTCs enabled RCRE to construct a new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility in Richland Center, providing a solution for the significant problems of the city’s old wastewater treatment facility, which was unable to handle the volume, functionality, odor, traffic, disposal, cost or increased capacity. The new facility allowed RCRE to run at higher capacity, enabling the […]
This project involved expanding a facility for meat a manufacturer.
The Summit Place project called for the adaptive reuse of century-old buildings near Milwaukee in which the Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company originally built tractors.
Since 1958, S and S Cycle has manufactured V-twin engine parts as well as elite aftermarket accessories to improve motorcycle performance and speed. S and S distributes its products to motorcycle manufactures and enthusiasts in the US and throughout the world. In 2004, the manufacturer increased operational support at is Viola and La Crosse locations […]
Exodus Machines is the first-of-its-kind scrap and recycling machine manufacturer.
The New Markets Tax Credit helped Foremost Farms USA finance dairy production upgrades, retain and create jobs, invest in future projects to increase profitability, and return equities to members while retaining the proper equity base. The Wisconsin Community Development Legacy Fund, a Community Development Entity comprised of WHEDA, Impact Seven and Legacy Bancorp, provided a […]
Financing for Printpack, a manufacturer of flexible and specialty rigid packaging.
Four pediatric dentists expand dental services in rural Wisconsin.
Financing for Link Snacks, a manufacturer distributor of over 100 varities of meat snack products.
Vacant, contaminated site transformed into mixed-used development bringing hundreds of jobs to Milwaukee.
Brownfield redevelopment for industrial use and office developement for a distrubution company.
Winsert, Inc. in Marinette received NMTC financing through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) to support the creation of up to 92 jobs, in addition to retaining 156 existing positions.
Main Street Ingredients (s a formulator and manufacturer of private label nutritional systems, Keystone stabilizer systems, Cornerstone formulated proteins, and functional dairy ingredients.