Governor Scott Walker today announced that International Mold and Production (IMAP), a leading supplier of custom plastic injection molds and parts, is relocating its operations from Illinois to Kenosha, and plans to create 25 jobs at its new headquarters.
“Congratulations to IMAP on its decision to relocate to our great state,” said Governor Walker. “I am looking forward to seeing the company continue to grow here because of our strong business climate and outstanding workforce. Small companies like IMAP are the backbone of Wisconsin’s economy because they create family sustaining jobs. It’s imperative that we continue to provide them with the support they need to compete in the global marketplace. IMAP received incentive offers from Indiana, Michigan and even Mexico, but made the right choice by selecting Wisconsin because of our state’s growing economy and the possibility of working with Foxconn.”
Len Koren, who founded the company in 2003, said part of the reason the business is relocating to southeastern Wisconsin is to take advantage of the opportunities that will be presented by the Foxconn Technology Group, which will build a $10 billion advanced manufacturing campus in nearby Racine County.
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