Wisconsin Plastic Products Breaks Ground on New Building Addition

Plymouth, WI – Wisconsin Plastic Products broke ground on a new 13,500 square foot warehouse and machine shop building addition on Monday, June 10th at 1045 Lindoerfer Road in Plymouth, WI. The City of Plymouth’s Mayor, Don Pohlman, was in attendance at the groundbreaking ceremony and announced his excitement for the continued growth of the company.

Wisconsin Plastic Products first opened their doors in 1994 in Sheboygan Falls, WI and since then have relocated to their current 100,000 square foot facility in Plymouth, WI. Wisconsin Plastic Products specializes in supplying custom plastic extrusions ranging in complexity and materials. The company’s decision to expand and add a new warehouse and machine shop was largely based off of the company’s continued growth and continued need for more space.

The building project is projected to take roughly four months to complete and is expected to be finished by October of 2019.

Keller, Inc. is 100% employee-owned and has offices in the Fox Cities, Madison, Milwaukee and Wausau. They are leaders in the industry specializing in new construction, remodel, retrofit, and reroof projects. They have the staff and expertise to take projects from the early phases of design through the construction process to ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget.

Pictured left to right: Brad Bruggink (CEO/Owner – Wisconsin Plastic Products), Bob Poch (Project Manager -Keller, Inc.) and Don Pohlman (Mayor – City of Plymouth)