The tool manufacturer will invest $206 million in nine locations; Wisconsin will support the company`s expansion with up to $22.5 million in additional performance-based tax credits.
Milwaukee Tool plans to create 1,000 new jobs in Wisconsin. The Brookfield-based tool manufacturer will invest $206 million at nine locations across the state. Wisconsin will support the company’s expansion with up to $22.5 million in additional performance-based tax credits.
Milwaukee Tool’s newest investment in Wisconsin will help support the expansion of its existing research and development facilities, infrastructure needs, and equipment. Of the 1,000 jobs the company has committed to creating, many will be critical engineering and technical roles needed to support the rapidly advancing technologies harnessed in their products...
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