Wisconsin Kenworth holds ceremony for new facility

By |  October 1, 2015

Wisconsin Kenworth, a subsidiary of CSM Companies in Madison, Wis., hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its new facility in Windsor, Wis.

The company reports the 75,700-sq.-ft. building will include a number of new technologies, including bays designed to provide rapid-assessment diagnostic services and specially equipped areas to service compressed natural gas power units.

A number of individuals attended the event, including long-time employees Dan Haas and Duane Olson, as well as executives from CSM and board members from the town of Windsor.

“This new state-of-the-art facility will ensure that we are able to meet the technological demands of an evolving industry and allow our dedicated employees to continue to deliver Kenworth quality service to new and existing customers,” says Jim Moeller, CEO of CSM.

According to Kenworth, construction of the new facility is expected to be completed during summer 2016. Additionally, the facility is expected to bring approximately 30 new jobs to the Madison area.

Wisconsin Kenworth operates six commercial truck sales and service locations across Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

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