United Alloy Inc. is expanding the size of its Janesville
factory and plans to add 40 full-time jobs over the next three
to five years.
The company will build a 112,500-square-foot addition to its
Janesville plant, according to the company. United Alloy
evaluated expanding production in the southeastern United States
before deciding on Janesville.
The project is expected to be finished by the end of September.
United Alloy designs and produces steel diesel tanks, generator
frame and other components that are sold to the power generation
The company said it has seen growing demand for steel fuel
tanks, frames and trailers used by many of the worlds leading
"This project is a great example of the manufacturing sector's
resurgence, as well as further validation regarding the
competitive value proposition offered by locating production
and/or distribution related activities within the
Janesville-Beloit MSA,” said James Otterstein, Rock County
economic development manager.
United Alloy has been in Janesville since 2003 and employs more
than 100 people.