International Spotlight Shines on
Manufacturing in Wisconsin

All eyes are on Wisconsin’s manufacturing industry, thanks to appearances at Hannover Messe in Germany and the World Forum for FDI in San Diego, and the state’s role as host of Chief Executive’s Smart Manufacturing Summit in Milwaukee April 6-7. Technological advancements made by Wisconsin manufacturers continue to lead industry trends in productivity and sustainability. The increased international exposure reinforces the state’s long-standing industry leadership and solidifies Wisconsin’s commitment to helping manufacturers succeed here.


Guiding the Future of Manufacturing


Home to a responsive supply chain, a highly skilled workforce, robust infrastructure and renowned academic institutions, Wisconsin is the ideal location for manufacturing companies to thrive. The state’s manufacturing sector is further bolstered by the Manufacturing and Agriculture Tax Credit, which removes virtually all of the tax burden from manufacturers.




State Resources Help Companies Flourish Here


Wisconsin’s abundant resources make the state attractive to manufacturing companies worldwide. Global businesses including Kohler Co., Harley-Davidson, Rockwell Automation and Mercury Marine have made a home here.






Contact Kristie Pulvermacher or Mark Rhoda-Reis for business growth opportunities in Wisconsin.


For specialized industry insights in bio and life sciences, water technology or medical device manufacturing, contact Kristie.


For specialized industry insights in advanced manufacturing, energy, power and control, aerospace or food and beverage production, contact Mark.





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