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Infinity Machine & Engineering Corp. Completes $2.25 Million Expansion At Its De Pere, Wisconsin, Manufacturing Facility

Infinity Machine & Engineering Corp. recently completed its $2.25 million, 39,000 square foot, expansion of its production center in De Pere, Wisconsin.

The company provides advanced automation and engineering services to the tissue converting industry. The company’s products include multi-pack poly wrappers, single roll wrappers, and case packers.

“Companies, like Infinity, are driving the economic growth in our state through investments, just like the expansion we see here,” Governor Scott Walker said. “When we make smart decisions at the state level to improve the business climate by cutting taxes, streamlining regulations, and investing in worker training, it gives business leaders the confidence they need to grow, expand, and create jobs.”

Infinity Machine & Engineering Corp., headquartered in De Pere, was founded in 2003 by Scott Santaga, Jeff Cogswell, and Tom Wegner. The company is eligible for $175,000 in Economic Development Tax Credits from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. To earn the tax credits, the company has committed to retaining 51 full-time positions and creating 25 new full-time jobs.

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