By Paul Schmitt
The Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park played host to hundreds of interested visitors on Saturday as part of the Manufacturing Days sponsored by the Door County Economic Development Corporation. With the advent of more high-tech requirements, industries are looking to automation increase their production but workers are still in huge demand for manufacturing jobs. DCEDC Executive Director Caleb Frostman says the day highlighted a potential career that is sometimes overshadowed.
Eight businesses participated in the Manufacturing Day on Saturday for the general public while the four mainland schools in the county experienced the opportunity last Friday. You can watch a video tour of NEW Industries with this story online.
Manufacturing Day at NEW Industries with Clayton Hansen
Posted by Door County Daily News.com on Saturday, October 21, 2017