PLYMOUTH, WI (WHBL) - A Plymouth based cheese maker will improve two of its plants in Wisconsin. Sartori announced Tuesday it will spend 14-million dollars on their plants in Plymouth and Antigo.
The project will include updating equipment, improving ergonomics, enhance safety and sustainability, and expand to enable ongoing growth. The project, aided by almost $400,000 in state tax credits, will create up to 53 new jobs.
In a statement, Sartori President Jeff Schwager said they are happy to continue to grow in Wisconsin and their actions will have an economic benefit for local farmers, milk haulers, construction and engineering firms, and suppliers.
Work begins next year.