Wisc. Lt. Gov at Signicast Investment Casting Facility
Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch visits Signicast investment casting facility as part of her "Real Jobs Tour."

Signicast, a manufacturer of precision investment castings gave Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch a job for a day at its Hartford, Wisc. facility. The lieutenant governor's visit was part of her “Real Jobs Tour,” during which she is visiting with Wisconsin manufacturers to train and work in jobs they are actively hiring for.
 
“Signicast has a strong history of growth and modernization, Wisconsin needs to duplicate this progress,” said Lt. Gov. Kleefisch, in a prepared statement. “Signicast’s continued investment in its Hartford Complex and the pro-growth policies we have put in place is a great combination for success for the state of Wisconsin.”
 
Signicast announced in May 2011 that it planned to expand its Hartford Complex with the purchase of 52 acres of land and an initial investment of $50 million through 2013. This first phase of the expansion includes two separate production facilities and a skywalk connecting the new facilities with its legacy sites.
 
With the expansion of the facility and continued growth of the company, Signicast is currently hiring between 75 and 100 people to fill various positions within its Manufacturing, Engineering, IT/Automation, Maintenance, and Tooling departments.

To view Signicast's open jobs, click here.