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Wipes Converter Expands

November 14, 2005

Wisconsin Converters, Milwaukee, WI, is expanding its operations with a new line to produce wipes for the industrial, janitorial and food service markets. A private company, Wisconsin Converters currently produces disposable wipes on 15 product lines, which include various folding capabilities to meet customer needs. “Our manufacturing expansion is the result of strong growth with our customers and by our markets in general,” explained Robert Cohen, president. “The new production line has a number of folding capabilities to produce specialty wipes for industrial maintenance, food service and other cleaning applications.”
Attributed partly to Wisconsin Converters’ growth was the TEAM brand self-dispensing inter-folded wipes, made for Four Start Converting Corp. The wipes are designed to pick up liquids, dirt and spills and come in various containers with as many as 250 wipes per carton dispenser.

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