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Eureka Lock Restoration Project

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Jay Manufacturing Oshkosh Inc. is proud to have played a significant role in the Eureka Lock Restoration Project. Pictured above VP of Manufacturing, Tony Robinson, receives recognition from Berlin Mayor, Richard Schramer.  To view photos of the project or for more information please visit Berlin Boat Club.

“Kids in Conversation”

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“Club kids as a part of the “Kids in Conversation” program took a tour of Jay Manufacturing in Oshkosh on August 13th. Company president Matt Jameson showed the kids around the business and demonstrated to the kids the various career opportunities available at the company, from positions in an office setting, to jobs on the factory floor.”
-Excerpt from the Boys & Girls Club Oshkosh August News Letter

Governor Walker Congratulates Jay Mfg on Expansion

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Jay Manufacturing’s Amada4000 Watt Rotary Laser

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Jay Manufacturing’s Amada 4000 Watt Rotary Laser.
This revolutionary technology, in conjunction with our new Horn CNC Multi-axis Automatic tube bender allows us to cut and bend multiple types of tube, angle, channel and bar stock with unmatched quality, and very attractive pricing.
For more information please contact  John Bores or John Milos

National Magazine “The Fabricator” features Jay Manufacturing Oshkosh, Inc.

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National Magazine
“The Fabricator” features
Jay Manufacturing Oshkosh, Inc.
May 2012 Issue

Excerpted from NewsWave Magazine March/April 2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2

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…Jay Manufacturing is working on its largest expansion in company history.  The 53,000-square-foot expansion to the company’s 20th Avenue headquarters, the company’s third expansion in the last six years, sets Jay Manufacturing up to double its size.  The expansion is expected to be completed by the end of March.
The company  that began in 1955 now has two facilities in Oshkosh.  It recently purchased a 20,000-square-foot facility on Atlas Avenue from RK Sports.  It’s used for final assembly, logistics, and warehousing…Jay Manufacturing chose to move ahead with company expansions during the Great Recession, a move that strengthened their position for better economic times ahead.
Business can do one of two things during a downturn.  One is to slash spending and become insular,” said Matt Jameson, vice president and chief operating officer.  “It really is our belief that in order to fight an economic downturn-if a company is able to-you need to invest in people and facilities to help customers achieve their goals.  We prefer to be proactive rather then reactive.”
Jameson also attributes company success to its clients, who are run under solid management teams and also weathered the recession well.  Jay Manufacturing also has introduced new services.  It will be offering to customers the ability to cut tube and bar stock with a 3D laser, the only of its kind used in Wisconsin.  The company also is expanding its forming capabilites and adding automation to become more efficient.  It now has two of the largest welding robots in Wisconsin and plans to add more.
While Jameson does not know exactly how many employees the company will add along with the expansion, it’s been the company’s history to increase its workforce with each building expansion.  The company now employs 75 people.
While serving 45 to 50 different industries, including the military, agriculture, food services, medical and aircraft industries, Jameson sees a bright future ahead to expand into even more markets and increase market share.
“We do see opportunities on the horizon, and we do see the economy turning for the better,” he said.  “We see underserved markets out there that we can lend our expertise to.”

Opening Spring 2012

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53,000 Square Foot Expansion to Jay Manufacturing Headquarters

For questions about the expansion
please contact John Bores

Congressman Tom Petri visits Jay Manufacturing

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Congressman Tom Petri (WI-6) visited Jay Manufacturing on Monday, November 28th to view progress on the 53,000 square foot expansion now underway. While at Jay, Petri had the opportunity to meet a number of Jay associates and spent time with members of the company’s management team discussing issues related to government spending, health care and worker training.

Salvation Army- Children’s Christmas Fund

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On November 21, 2011 Jay Manufacturing was recognized by the Salvation Army of Oshkosh for its continuous support of the Children’s Christmas Fund. Pictured is Captain Don Karl presenting the recognition to John Bores, Director of Client Services.

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