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    Franklin, WI 53132

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Dynamic Fixturing: The Secret Behind Precision Machined Parts

Adapted from an article in Industrial Machinery Digest published in the November 2019 issue. Modern CNC equipment is the gift that keeps on giving to American Manufacturing; it’s allowed machine shops all over the country to produce high-quality parts in a fraction of the time it used to take our grandparents’ lathes. However, even with

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Serving Clients and the Community

Adapted from an article in Manufacturing in Focus. Midwest-based machined parts manufacturer, Allis Roller, LLC, doesn’t see foreign competition as a problem. Why? Because the exceptional quality of its complex welded assemblies and precision machined components is difficult for overseas manufacturers to replicate. With each finished product proudly made in the USA, Allis Roller has

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Franklin Businesses Pool Resources to Upskill Employees

Adapted from a Discover MATC article, published June 13th, 2019. MATC’s Workforce Solutions has partnered with the Franklin Business Park Consortium (FBPC) to provide customized training to more than 600 employees since 2016. Allis Roller LLC has provided two training rooms to assist MATC’s Workforce Solutions with delivering the onsite training that is “upskilling” the participants — preparing

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Allis Roller & HCC Begin Joint Venture in Brazil

Franklin, WI (June 5, 2019) – Two Midwest manufacturers, Allis Roller and HCC Inc, have begun a joint venture in Brazil. The new operation, appropriately called Allis Roller HCC, will focus primarily on serving major agricultural equipment manufacturers operating in South America, with the potential to expand into other industries. President of Allis Roller, Dave

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Building Community with Lean Manufacturing – Allis Roller Revitalizes Improvement Effort

(Adapted from an article in The FABRICATOR) – Read through The FABRICATOR archives between 2009 and 2013 and you’ll find all sorts of stories about companies in dire straits that made dramatic changes. Most of them being custom fabricators, the shops cherry-picked from various improvement methods, including lean manufacturing, the theory of constraints, and quick-response

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International Manufacturing Executive Joins Fast-Growing Manufacturer

Franklin, WI (November 28, 2018) – International manufacturing executive, Russ Dudan, is joining local machined parts manufacturer, Allis Roller, as their new VP of Operations. This is the second hire in the last six months that Allis Roller has made specifically to enhance their lean manufacturing business model, foster sustainable growth, and reduce waste. The

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David Dull of Allis Roller Wins Excellence in Leadership Award

Franklin, WI (November 1, 2018) – As recently seen in Midwest Manufacturing News, David Dull, president and CEO of machined parts manufacturer, Allis Roller, and president of the Franklin Business Park Consortium (FBPC), has won the Excellence in Leadership award as part of the Franklin Business Appreciation Awards for his achievements in business and contribution

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Wisconsin Manufacturer, Allis Roller, Joins Exclusive World Class Manufacturing Program

Franklin, WI (September 25, 2018) – Local machined parts manufacturer, Allis Roller, is embarking on the World Class Manufacturing (WCM) integrative system for business and operational optimization, one of the most exclusive and highly respected programs for lean manufacturing in the world. With multinational customers like John Deere and CNH, adopting WCM strategies is part

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Can Workforce Development Close the Skills Gap?

(Adapted from article in Industrial Machinery Digest) – In an effort to close the growing national skills gap, some manufacturers are taking it upon themselves to generate their own talent pipeline by partnering with local school districts, community colleges, and nonprofits in the form of technical training programs designed to fill badly needed manufacturing positions

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FBPC Job Fair

FRANKLIN, WI (March 19, 2018) – Don’t wait for Foxconn – there are plenty of jobs available now in Franklin, Wisconsin. A job fair focused on manufacturing and skilled trade jobs is taking place at Franklin High School on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 from 4:00-7:00 pm. The Franklin Business Park Consortium is sponsoring the job

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