Two Companies Expanding in Right to Work Wisconsin

Right to Work Wisconsin Economic Development

ABB Company and Charter Next Generation are two companies that are planning to make expansions soon in Right to Work Wisconsin. Each one will create new jobs and economic opportunities within the state. Read on in order to find out more!

ABB Company:

ABB Company is investing $100 million in order to expand and create 100 new jobs in Right to Work New Berlin, Wisconsin.

“While we make products that help our customers improve their energy efficiency, we are pleased to incorporate features into our campus that will help us reduce our own carbon footprint. […] Geothermal heat pump and modern HVAC systems will allow us to recycle wasted heat and reduce our energy usage by more than 45%. Improved insulation, rooftop solar panels, and ABB advanced building controls will also ensure that our campus operates efficiently and sustainably over the long-term.”


Charter Next Generation:

Charter Next Generation is investing $270 million in order to expand and create 340 new jobs in Right to Work Milton, Wisconsin.

“Charter Next Generation is constantly seeking innovative opportunities that align with our unwavering sustainability-first mindset and our mission to deliver best-in-class material science solutions. […] The partnership with WEDC allows us to expand our product offering in Milton. It also ignites an exciting opportunity to boost our employee base and benefit the Rock County infrastructure, and eventually all of Wisconsin.” […]

“Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is pleased to partner with Charter Next Generation as it establishes a second site for its operations in Milton. […] CNG’s commitment to creating opportunities and building strong communities in Milton and throughout Wisconsin is a win for our entire state.”


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