This photo from 2011 shows equipment being moved into KLH’s newly renovated second facility.
On October 19, precision machine shop KLH Industries of Germantown, Wisconsin will celebrate 25 years in manufacturing by hosting a live broadcast of a local radio station’s morning show (the “Dave & Carole” show of WKLH, appropriately enough). During the 5 to 10 a.m. broadcast, the company will hold a job fair for applicants looking to begin a manufacturing career or continue one. Open positions include CNC machinists, EDM machinists and an experienced machining estimator.
“We’re looking for the workforce for the next 25 years,” says CEO Kenneth Heins. “In the past two and half decades, rarely have I passed on talented, driven individuals.”
Following the radio broadcast, KLH will host an open house to showcase its recently renovated second facility. The open house will be open to the public from 1 to 5 p.m. The company asks that those who plan to attend reserve their spot (and specify their T-shirt size) at klhindustries.com/rsvp.