Redline Plastics, a manufacturer of rotational molded, vacuum-formed and line-bent plastics for a wealth of industries — including fiberglass-reinforced products for marine — announced a $6 million, 103,000-square-foot expansion of its facility in Wisconsin.
The new space will more than double its current footprint. Redline expects the expansion to be completed around August and anticipates a potential doubling of its workforce during the next several years.
“Redline’s incremental growth over the past several years has been nothing short amazing … due to the great team and culture we have been able to form here at Redline,” vice president of operations Nick Murray said in a statement. “We are lucky to be in the position we are in and continue our investment in the area, our employees and our customers.”
Founded in 1922, Redline provides OEM products to Harley-Davidson, Polaris, Honda, Kawasaki, 3M, Manitou Group and others.