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Wisconsin's Professional Plating Hosts Manufacturing Day Event

150 students toured Professional Plating in Brillion, Wisconsin, recently as part of a Manufacturing Day event.
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More than 150 students toured Professional Plating in Brillion, Wisconsin, recently as part of a Manufacturing Day event. 

 

Professional Plating General Manager Larry Dietz conducted the tour.

 

A story about the event appears on the website of local TV station Fox 11:

 

BRILLION - The state reports 10 percent fewer manufacturing jobs than a decade ago. On Friday, a handful of area companies took a step to try to encourage high school students to pursue careers in manufacturing.

 

More than 150 students learned what it's like to work at Professional Plating, in Brillion, Friday.

 

"We're working with customers like Airens, John Deer, Harley-Davidson to zinc plate to e-coat to powder coat. They do the welding, the punching the stamping. Our manufacturing connection is we plate to meet standards. We make it look pretty with the color," said Larry Dietz, general manager of Professional Plating.

 

To read the full story, click HERE

 

Here is the video:

 

 

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