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Expansion spurring creation of 100 new jobs

Jagemann Stamping investing $20 million in I-Tec Park project

6:45 PM, Apr. 18, 2013
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Tom Jagemann said Thursday it is both exciting and a bit nerve wracking to invest $20 million in his business.

"To be back in the mode of growing again is a lot more fun and exciting than wondering where the next order is going to come from," said Jagemann, 57, the chief executive officer of Jagemann Stamping, founded in 1946 by his grandfather, William P. Jagemann Sr.

The third-generation owner said it is "full speed ahead" for the 50,000-square-foot expansion at the city's west-side I-Tec Park plant producing everything from a million bullet casings weekly to electrical connectors to hook up ...

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