MILWAUKEE (AP) — Komatsu Mining Corp. says it plans to build a new headquarters and manufacturing campus in Milwaukee, a project that will bring about 440 jobs to Wisconsin’s largest city.
The state’s economic development agency has pledged to make $59.5 million in state income tax credits available to the company over the next 12 years if Komatsu meets job-creation and investment targets.
The mining equipment maker saidThursday it is relocating its operationsthat are currently at two locations to a new site along the city’s riverfront.
Gov. Scott Walker is praising the news, thanking the company for its “long-term commitment to our state.”
Komatsu’s president John Koetz says the company is preserving existing jobs and laying the groundwork for more. The project is expected to be complete in 2022.
Komatsu bought Joy Global Inc. in 2017.
Sandoval: Need full review of allegations
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada’s Republican governor says the U.S. Senate should not cast a final vote on the U.S. Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh without a full review of the allegations of sexual misconduct that have been made against the nominee.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said in a statement on Thursday that he believes “the witnesses and the nominee should have the full opportunity to be heard and testimony and documents to be reviewed prior to any final decision.”