ANTIGO, WI (WTAQ) - A family-owned cheesemaker said Wednesday it will expand and renovate its plants in Antigo and Plymouth.
The Sartori Company expects to create up to 53 new jobs by upgrading equipment with a $14 million project.
Governor Scott Walker's office said the fourth-generation family company would will upgrade equipment at its 100-year-old plant in Antigo. The project is designed to enhance safety and sustainability, improve ergonomics for employees, and expand capacity and capabilities for future ongoing growth.
The work is scheduled to begin next year, which is Sartori's 75th anniversary.
The state's Economic Development Corporation has certified almost $400,000 in tax breaks, based on the numbers of new full-time jobs the firm creates over a three-year period.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)