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Wis. stamper plans 100 new hires

Keywords: Tags  Jagemann Stamping, shop expansion, Manitowoc plant, Wisconsin stamper, carbon steel, stainless steel, copper, brass aluminum

CHICAGO — Jagemann Stamping Co. has completed its expansion project in Manitowoc, Wis., that included the construction of a 50,000-square-foot building, and plans to hire up to 100 additional workers.

"(This expansion) will allow us the necessary space and equipment to achieve our growth goals and better meet customers’ needs," chief executive officer Tom Jagemann said in a statement.

Jagemann Stamping president Ralph Hardt, on announcing the $18.9-million project in April, said the company has seen sustainable growth in all its key business segments: deep drawing, progressive stamping, fine blanking and brass casings.

Founded in 1946, Jagemann is a family owned, full-service stamping company based in Manitowoc that manufactures deep drawn, progressive and fine blanking metal stampings. Raw materials for deep drawing and fine blanking include stainless steel, aluminum, cold-rolled and high-carbon steels, nickel and pre-plated steel, galvannealed steel, brass and copper. Applications include automotive parts.

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