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U.S. Aluminum to consolidate in Wauwatosa

Dec. 01, 2010
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By Journal Sentinel staff

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U.S. Aluminum Inc., a manufacturer of aluminum rain gutter products, plans to move its manufacturing plant from Milwaukee to its administration facility in Wauwatosa.

The move will allow the company to expand operations and create a second work shift, the state Department of Commerce said Wednesday.

The state is awarding the company $35,000 in tax credits through the CEconomic Development Tax Credit Program to facilitate the move. The company will invest about $100,000 in the project and create 21 jobs, the agency said.

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