NORTH PRAIRIE, Wis. — Zero Zone Inc. announced it will be expanding its operations to Dyersville, Iowa.
“Our values are those of the American Midwest,” said Rick Steer, vice president and general manager of the Zero Zone Systems Division. “Our corporate ownership is Milwaukee based and operates multiple facilities in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Our mission is to protect and preserve the freshness of food and pharmaceuticals throughout North and South America. Our products are proudly assembled in the USA, using sustainable materials and lean assembly methods that foster the highest quality while safeguarding the health and safety of our manufacturing teammates.
“Due to significant growth in our business, we have chosen to expand our manufacturing operations to the Dubuque area because of the available labor pool and for its geographical position close to our plants in Minnesota and Wisconsin,” continued Steer, “and are grateful that the Iowa Economic Development Authority and the City of Dyersville have granted the necessary incentives to allow that to happen.”