Governor Doyle Announces Funding for Contour Plastics, Inc.

Project to create 35 jobs


MADISON— Governor Jim Doyle today announced $250,000 in Technology Zone tax credits for Contour Plastics, a growing Baldwin company that produces injection molded parts for the medical industry.  The company’s expansion project is expected to create 35 new jobs for the area.


“Wisconsin’s economy is on the move,” Governor Doyle said. “We have to ensure all Wisconsin workers, companies, and industries are prepared for the economy of the future, and that starts with upgrading and improving their abilities, and creating jobs for hardworking Wisconsin citizens.”


Contour Plastics Inc. was established in 1990 and produces injection molded parts for the medical industry. The company is expanding the size of its facilities from 46,000-sq.-ft. to 91,000-sq.-ft., and it will also be purchasing new equipment. Total project cost is $3,533,239. The project will create 35 jobs.


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