Green Bay Shop Does Championship Machining with CAD/CAM

Green Bay, Wisconsin, was built on paper and paperboard manufacturing and is known as “the toilet paper capital of the world.” Wisconsin’s paper industry accounted for 30,000 jobs and $18.2 billion in economic output in 2018, according to a report from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Green Bay Packaging, based in the city, is a producer of corrugated shipping containers, folding cartons, and coated label products, producing annual revenues of $897 million. And one of the biggest suppliers of precision machined components for the region’s papermakers and other industries is Titletown Manufacturing LLC, based, of course, in Green Bay. “A lot of our parts go into OEMs that do things such as paper converting, banking equipment, frames, rolls, brackets—really anything that fits in our wheelhouse,” explained Operations Manager Tim Sanders. “We’re not of afraid of much around here.” The company produces parts for paper converting, packaging equipment “and any component that would go into bagging equipment from a roll to a bushing to a bearing block. We even do assembly here.” 

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