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Manufacturing Companies in Appleton, WI
1.Matthews Brand Solutions
101 W Edison Ave0.71 mi Appleton, WI Contract Manufacturing
2.Earth Tech Industries
121 E Florida Ave2.06 mi Appleton, WI Contract Manufacturing
3.US Custom Mfg
425 Better Way3.82 mi Appleton, WI Contract Manufacturing
4.Pierce Manufacturing Inc
2600 American Dr3.05 mi Appleton, WI Automobile Manufacturers & Distributors
Pierce Manufacturing produces trucks that are used for fire rescue, federal emergencies and law enforcement. The company is a subsidiary of Oshkosh Truck Corporation. Founded in 1917, Oshkosh Truck Corporation is a manufacturer and marketer of specialty trucks and truck bodies. The company s products are used primarily by the defense, concrete, refuse, and fire and emergency markets. The company s business is principally conducted through its wholly owned subsidiaries. Its subsidiaries include Oshkosh, Pierce Manufacturing, McNeilus Companies, Medtec, Geesink, Jerr-Dan, CON-E-CO and London. Oshkosh Truck Corporation has domestic manufacturing operations in several states. In addition, the company utilizes manufacturing facilities in Canada, The Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, the United Kingdom and Mexico. The company employs more than 8,000 people throughout the world. Oshkosh Truck Corporation is headquartered in Oshkosh, Wis. Pierce Manufacturing is headquartered in Appleton, Wis.
555 N Hickory Farm Ln1.69 mi Appleton, WI Food Processing & ManufacturingSupermarkets & Super Stores
McCain Foods Limited Inc. is a privately-held supplier of frozen potato and snack food products for the foodservice markets that includes major national food chains. It commenced operations in 1957 in a tiny, rural village in Canada and today is one of the leaders in the frozen food industry with over 20000 employees operating from 57 production facilities across six continents. The company s frozen snack foods are sold under the Moore s, Anchor and Brew City brands and the Ellio s frozen pizza brand. McCain Foods Limited Inc. is one of the world s largest producers of French fries and potato specialties and operates in more than 130 countries globally. The company s customer base includes McDonald s, Burger King, Wendy s, Arby s, Wal-Mart, etc.
158 E Northland Ave1.90 mi Appleton, WI Food Processing & Manufacturing
Great Lakes Kraut, established in 1997, manufactures a variety of sauerkraut. The company, with a location in Shortsville, N.Y., operates several manufacturing facilities in Wisconsin. It processes more than 150,000 tons of raw cabbage into nearly 125,000 tons of sauerkraut. The company utilizes modern farming and processing methods and equipment, including stainless steel vats, vacuum systems and high-speed Hassia machines. Its sauerkraut is used for making appetizers, soups, stews, salads, main dishes, side dishes and desserts. The company s facilities are certified to produce kosher products under the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Great Lakes Kraut s Web site features nutritional information and several recipes.
7.McCain Foods USA Inc
610 N Hickory Farm Ln1.62 mi Appleton, WI Food Processing & ManufacturingSupermarkets & Super Stores
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