Rockline Industries Inc. today announced it plans to invest $10 million in new technology and add up to 60 family-supporting jobs with a 6,000-square-foot expansion of its Sheboygan plant.
Rockline recently announced it signed an agreement with a large multinational company that would expand production and increase job growth at its Sheboygan facility. As a result, the company will introduce new equipment to increase its wet wipe manufacturing capabilities.
Rockline president Randy Rudolph praised the company’s more than 650 employees for the commitment they have shown since the company was founded in 1976.
“This is a proud and special time in our company’s history, and it is due to the dedication, hard work and long-term commitment of our employees,” Rudolph said. “We are a family-owned business, and the lifeblood of the company and the main reason we are successful is because of our people. Because of their hard work and the company’s ongoing commitment to Sheboygan, we’ve grown from a local, 35-person company to an international business that now employs more than 1,800 worldwide and is still growing – with Sheboygan as our home base.”
Time to add these to the number of jobs created since Governor Scott Walker took office.
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