State Collection Service Expands Wisconsin Operations Center
"Being able to grow our Beloit office by so many individuals not only helps our clients and our company, but has a strong impact on the local community," said Tom Haag, State Collection Service's Chief Executive Officer.
In addition to expanding to over 16,000 square feet, the company added a state-of-the-art training center and conference room to accommodate expected growth, a company spokesman said.
"State Collection Service has continually enjoyed above average growth and we have consistently led the receivables industry by maintaining our place on the cutting edge of technology and collection techniques. We are proud of the relationship that we have maintained with the city of Beloit, its residents and we look forward to strengthening those relationships during the coming years, " Haag added.
James Otterstein, Rock County Economic Development Manager, said "State Collection Service's expansion provides yet another positive economic health indicator for the Janesville-Beloit MSA. Moreover, this project is symbolic of the investment activity that is continually gravitating toward the Ironworks Campus."
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