ANTIGO – The Sartori cheese company plans to expand and renovate
its facilities in Antigo and Plymouth for $14 million, which
also help to generate 53 new jobs.
The company announced it will update the equipment at its Antigo
plant in addition to the other expansion and renovation work,
which will start in 2014.
“We have highly skilled team members and award-winning cheese
that have led to growth over the past few years, and we’re
looking forward to continue to grow in Wisconsin for years to
come,” said Sartori President Jeff Schwager said in a statement.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has approved
almost $400,000 in tax credits, according to the announcement.
The cheese company was founded by Paolo Sartori in 1939. Sartori
is a fourth-generation company, according to its website.