Aircraft Manufacturer Bringing About 600 Jobs to Superior, Wisconsin
Kestrel's website states the firm makes six- and eight-person turboprop planes, and is headed by Alan Klapmeier, co-founder and former CEO of Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft.
Wisconsin plans to create an "Enterprise Zone" in Superior and offer Kestrel $18 million in state tax credits and up to $4 million in low-cost loans. In addition, the state will work with the company to help it secure $30 million in federal tax credits.
Presently Kestrel's corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility are located in Brunswick, Maine. It also has engineering and design offices in Duluth, Minnesota.
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