• Address: 5801 W Franklin Dr
    Franklin, WI 53132

  • Call Us: (414) 423-9000
    info@allis-roller.com

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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PAUL RYAN VISITS ALLIS ROLLER TO DISCUSS WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

FRANKLIN, Wis., Aug. 9th, 2017 – House Speaker, Paul Ryan, focused on workforce development programs during a visit to Allis Roller on August 4th. During this visit, Ryan discussed the importance of bringing the government, private sector, and educational programs together to close the skills gap and help people become qualified for future jobs, specifically

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Business Excellence: Dave Dull and the Franklin Business Park Consortium

Dave Dull and the Franklin Business Park Consortium (FBPC) were recognized at the 2106 City of Franklin Business Appreciation Event for creating a unique partnership to expand workforce development opportunities in the Franklin Business and Industrial Parks. The Consortium was organized in 2015 to pursue the shared interests of manufacturers. The event was presented by the City of

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Senator Lazich and Rep. Skowronski Receive State Chamber’s “Working for Wisconsin” Award

Madison, Wis., June 27, 2014 – Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC), the State’s Chamber of Commerce, recently honored Senator Mary Lazich and Rep. Ken Skowronski with the prestigious “Working for Wisconsin” Award at Allis-Roller LLC in Franklin. The award is given to legislators who stand up for jobs and improve the state’s business climate by voting

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Rolling Out Quality

(Adapted from article in Management Today Magazine) — Back in the days when machines were simple, precision was a luxury. When people relied on a single stone wheel to move things, a few rough edges weren’t a big deal. Today, however, the complexity of the machines we build demands exacting precision and components that are as

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