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MG Systems & Welding Inc., a Menomonee Falls, Wis.-based manufacturer of thermal cutting machines, recently broke ground on a new, two-story addition to expand the area for its service and accounting departments.

According to the company, the expansion adds 4,334 square feet of space, allowing its service area to grow. Accounting will be relocated to the first floor, and the service department, which works with the engineering and applications departments, will be on the second floor. Construction is expected to last until late August, and the service and accounting departments are scheduled to move in mid- to late-September.


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