Super Steel gets new contracts, wants to hire 50 employees

Special to The Freeman

Jan. 21, 2014

MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee manufacturer Super Steel has been awarded large contracts and is looking to hire 50 new employees during the first quarter to help fill those orders.

The contracts come from new and existing customers, according to a company announcement, and welders, electrical and mechanical assemblers, painters, brake press operators, engineers and quality assurance technicians are needed to fill the positions.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer these job opportunities right here in the community that we live and work. We have a great culture here at Super Steel and are excited to add to our winning team,” said Robin Bergan, human resources manager at Super Steel, in a statement Monday.

Super Steel is capable of providing a broad range of prototyping, manufacturing, production fabricating, coating and assembly services to a variety of markets including agricultural, construction, industrial, power generation and transportation, according to its website. Along with process engineering and development services, Super Steel maintains an extensive manufacturing infrastructure capable of providing solutions to a diverse portfolio of customers.

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