British-Based 4imprint Plans $10.8 Million Expansion Project In Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Driven by increasing customer demand, the company will expand its corporate offices in downtown Oshkosh by 25,000 square feet. 4imprint will also add 100,000 square feet to its distribution center, located five miles west of the corporate headquarters. The will create much-needed space for 4imprint’s growing team in areas such as customer service, marketing and merchandising, IT, administration, support and management.
“Our entire team is excited about this project as it is driven by our rapid growth,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO, 4imprint. “As a company, our goal is to deliver remarkable service and this expansion helps us meet that goal. We are grateful to the state and city teams for their support of our growth objectives.”
As an incentive, help secure the new jobs, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation authorized 4imprint to receive up to $1 million in Economic Development Tax Credits. The actual amount of tax credits received will be contingent on the number of new jobs created and number of existing jobs retained at the two facilities, which now employ about 650 workers.
“4imprint is an international company that had many options when it came to expanding its operations. WEDC is pleased to provide the assistance that enabled this strong company to not only stay in Oshkosh, but to continue to grow here,” said Reed Hall, Secretary/CEO of WEDC, the state’s lead economic development organization.
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