Mayville Engineering Co. on Monday announced a
multimillion-dollar expansion at its Wisconsin manufacturing
facilities, according to a company statement.
Along with the expansion, Mayville Engineering also said it
plans to hire 100 employees. The company is adding robotic
welding, machining and other manufacturing equipment to keep up
with a large increase in orders from customers in the
agricultural, construction, power sports and mining markets.
Mayville Engineering operates plants in Mayville, Wautoma,
Beaver Dam and Neillsville.
On Dec. 7, the company is holding a job fair at its Mayville
headquarters from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to recruit for the skilled
manufacturing positions, which includes robotic and manual
welders, laser operators, brake press operators, CNC machinists,
punch press operators, tool & die makers, painters and material
The employee-owned company operates 16 facilities in five states
and provides prototyping, production manufacturing, fabricating,
tube forming, coating and assembly services to a variety of
markets including agricultural, construction, military,
recreational, medical and industrial.