West Bend Daily News 12/23/2014, Page A02 The metals program at Slinger High School will purchase equipment offering the latest technology in the classroom thanks to a $20,000 donation Monday from Maysteel LLC. Maysteel officials said they are making the donation to help the school continue to offer state-of-the-art training in sheet metal fabrication. “We
Today, Maysteel Industries LLC announced the dispersal of their first $50,000 community investment, which is being divided between three local organizations that serve people in the Allenton area. United Way of Washington County is one of the three recipients. Maysteel is providing them with $10,000 for crisis and prevention programs that assist Allenton residents. Read
West Bend Daily News 01/21/2015, Page A03 Maysteel Industries, LLC, headquartered in Allenton, has announced grants totaling $50,000 to Moraine Park Technical College, Slinger High School’s technical education department and United Way of Washington County. “Maysteel as well as other local manufacturers and school districts have partnered together to form a group called the Workforce
ALLENTON, Wis. – On Wednesday June 6th, 2012, Maysteel, an industry-leading complex sheet metal manufacturer, hosted an open house within their newest plant location in Monterrey, Mexico. The open house consisted of long-standing customers, local Monterrey government and press, as well as prospective customers, strategic suppliers, and Maysteel employees from their Wisconsin and Mexico locations.
(Allenton, WI) Wisconsin-based Maysteel LLC, a leading manufacturer of precision sheet metal enclosures, is expanding its sheet metal fabrication operations with the addition of a new plant in Monterrey, Mexico. The 50,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility is expected to begin production in the first quarter of 2012 with 60 employees, according to Maysteel President and