Catalytic Combustion Corporation (CCC) continues to grow in Chippewa County, Wisconsin. The company began construction on an additional 15,000 sq. ft. of production space scheduled for completion by the end of 2019. The Phase III expansion project when completed will provide the company a total of 90,000 sq. ft. of modern heavy industrial fabrication and manufacturing floor space. The additional manufacturing space will also support the continued investment and growth of the company’s catalyst and coatings business and products. A new Catalyst Research & Development lab is also being built within the existing Riggs Street facility to include new coating and catalyst testing and laboratory technology equipment.

“We are pleased to continue the investment and commitment to our hometown of Bloomer, Wisconsin, and the local community,” Mark Ruff, President/CEO of CCC said. “Since 1950 we have been very fortunate to continue to grow and develop new air correction and emissions technology for applications to reduce harmful pollution to make a real difference in improving our environment and the air we breathe. Although facilities and production equipment investments are important, our biggest asset has been our exceptional staff who continue to provide our customers with quality products and service.”

The Riggs Street manufacturing facility was originally constructed in 2009 and the company continues to see growth leading to several additions to the facility which were completed in 2014. In addition, the company completed construction of its corporate office complex at the Riggs Street building in 2015-2016.

“Catalytic Combustion continues to introduce cutting edge technology to the marketplace and this expansion continues to position the company for future growth and expansion in the design and supply of catalysts and related products for a wide variety of industries and applications,” said President and CEO, Charlie Walker (Chippewa County Economic Development Corporation). “Catalytic Combustion is certainly one of the top-rated workplaces in the Chippewa Valley.”

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