What Companies are Investing in Right to Work Wisconsin?

Three companies that will soon be investing in Right to Work Wisconsin include Generac Power Systems, Heartland Produce, and PartsBadger. Generac and PartBadger will both be expanding. Meanwhile, Heartland Produce is choosing this state for its new headquarters. Altogether, these companies will invest $38.55 million toward the state’s economy. So this is great news!

Read on to learn more about each investment!

Generac Power Systems:

Generac Power Systems is investing over $8 million in order to expand in Right to Work Pewaukee, Wisconsin. This will also bring their employee total to 300.

“Generac has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade as the combination of an aging grid and extreme weather are resulting in more frequent and longer lasting power outages, and that success has only intensified over the last 18 months with more people needing backup power at home where they’re doing everything from working to learning to shopping.” […]

“As we continue to add employees to serve our customers and support our rapidly evolving business, we have outgrown our current headquarters facility in Waukesha. Expanding to this new location will allow us to continue to grow Generac to serve our customers, partners and our people, as we work to meet the incredible market demand.” 


Heartland Produce:

Heartland Produce has just started construction on their headquarters in Right to Work Kenosha, Wisconsin with a $29 million investment. This will create 40 new jobs!

“We’re excited to be part of this development and would like to thank everyone involved in making this happen.” […]

“As our state and economy continue to bounce back from COVID-19, businesses and investments in our state, like Heartland Produce, will be critical to ensuring that continued recovery. […] This project at the Greeneway Development is a win for the community and the regional economy. It underscores how connecting the dots sets our businesses, families, and communities up for success.” […]

“This project is so exciting because it will not only create 40 family-supporting jobs but it will act as an anchor for a new business park and neighborhood. […] With Interstate 94 running right by the site and the Kenosha Regional Airport nearby, the site is ideal for all kinds of business development.”



PartsBadger is expanding soon in Right to Work Cedarburg, Wisconsin with a $1.55 million investment. This will also create 26 new jobs!

“PartsBadger is a great example of how businesses of all industries are thriving and growing in Wisconsin thanks to our positive business climate and dedicated workforce. […] I thank PartsBadger for its continued investment and commitment to the state of Wisconsin.” […]

“Ozaukee Economic Development is thrilled to have worked with PartsBadger on their new expansion. It is the growth of up and coming businesses within our communities that helps make Ozaukee County a great location for business. […] PartsBadger’s new project will serve as a boon for both the Cedarburg community and Ozaukee’s manufacturing businesses. We look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.”


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