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MGS Breaks Ground on Expansion of Headquarters in Wisconsin

Article-MGS Breaks Ground on Expansion of Headquarters in Wisconsin

Image: MSG MSH HQ in Wisconsin
The $10-million, 121,000-square-foot expansion will be followed by the addition of more manufacturing space, slated to begin in the spring of 2022.

MGS recently broke ground on a 121,000-square-foot expansion at its headquarters campus in Germantown, WI. The additional space will be used by the vertically integrated supplier of manufacturing services for warehousing operations that are currently located at a rented facility in Oak Creek, about 35 miles southeast of Germantown. The $10-million expansion will bring the total size of the campus to approximately 380,000 square feet.

MGS is also planning a second expansion to its headquarters that will include 118,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Expected to begin in the spring of 2022, the $15-million expansion will consolidate MGS’s capabilities at its Germantown location, enhancing cross-functional collaboration, driving innovation, and improving speed to market, said the company.

“During a tumultuous year, our business has been very strong, particularly in healthcare, and we are expecting double-digit growth in 2021,” said MGS President Paul Manley. “Additional demand is driving the need for our expansions, and the operational and logistical improvements we are making will better service our customers.”

The expansions follow a $20-million investment in the MGS Healthcare Center of Excellence in 2019. The center includes a 13,000-square-foot Class 8 cleanroom.

MGS has 1,300 employees at six manufacturing facilities around the world.

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