Manufacturing

Madison manufacturer sold

SmartSkim, a Madison-based manufacturer of equipment for separating oil and recycling coolant, has been sold to Oconomowoc-based Sentry Equipment Corp.

ATIS opens office in Madison

American Testing and Inspection Services (ATIS), the largest full-service elevator management, inspection, and consulting services company in the U.S., has opened a new office in Madison.

Organizations reaffirm partnership for water stewardship programs

The Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership (WMEP), the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council (WSBC), and The Water Council announced they have recommitted their strategic partnership for a statewide approach to improving corporate water stewardship systems.

5 ways to support Black-owned businesses year-round

As we recognize Black history throughout the month of February, it’s important to take time to support and highlight the Black entrepreneurs leading trustworthy businesses and providing opportunities across Greater Madison.

Tyranena plans expansion

Tyranenna Brewing Co. has won approval in Lake Mills for a taproom and beer garden in the city’s downtown at 203 N. Main Street.

Madison execs wish big for 2022

2021 was in many ways just 2020 Part 2, and like most sequels that meant it left a lot to be desired. But not everything about this year was bad.

Tormach Inc. moves to new Madison headquarters

Tormach Inc., a supplier of compact computer numerical control (CNC) machines, announced it has expanded its domestic and international operations by moving to a new corporate headquarters facility in Madison and entering into a distribution agreement with CNC Machine Tools Ltd. of Snetterton, Norfolk, England.

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