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Big employer getting bigger

Hatco Corp.'s Sturgeon Bay plant undergoing expansion

7:04 AM, Oct. 19, 2013
Brittney Londo works at Hatco in Sturgeon Bay, where the company continues to make its signature water heaters used commercially in dishwashers. Hatco was the innovator of a process to sanitize dishes in 1950.
Brittney Londo works at Hatco in Sturgeon Bay, where the company continues to make its signature water heaters used commercially in dishwashers. Hatco was the innovator of a process to sanitize dishes in 1950.
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One of Door County's largest employers - with already the biggest manufacturing facility in Sturgeon Bay's industrial park - will begin moving into its new addition this month.

Hatco Corp. broke ground June 24 to add on for the 10th time since the company moved to Sturgeon Bay from Milwaukee in 1973. The expansion of about 65,000 square feet is the largest growth spurt for the company, giving its 375 full-time employees about 250,000 total square feet of space. It is planned for completion by the end of the year, and Hatco president and CEO David Rolston said the company will start moving in this ...

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