ATI to expand plant in Cudahy, creating 125 new jobs
CUDAHY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A nice boost for the city of Cudahy. Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch joined local officials to announce that ATI, a global company that makes parts for airplanes, is expanding its plant in the city.
That $95 million project is expected to create 125 new jobs.
"We know, in particular, we were in competition with North Carolina on this one. And gentlemen, you made the right choice. Well done," Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said.
ATI bought the old Ladish company 7 years ago. About 700 people work at that plant on Packard Avenue.