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Members of the Franklin Business Park Consortium meet to discuss workforce development at Allis Roller in Franklin, Wis. Pictured here from left to right: Rich Simonson, Chief Operating Officer at Carma Laboratories and Treasurer of Franklin Business Park Consortium; Tom Schulz, Vice President of Manufacturing at Krones and Secretary of the Franklin Business Park Consortium; Speaker Paul Ryan; Dave Dull, President of Allis Roller.


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Speaker Paul Ryan came to Allis Roller to discuss workforce development, including the program they have in place with GPS Educational Partners. Pictured here from left to right: Speaker Paul Ryan; Stephanie Borowski, President of GPS Educational Partners; Dave Dull, President of Allis Roller.


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Speaker Paul Ryan came to Allis Roller to discuss workforce development, including the program they have in place with Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC). Pictured here from left to right: Mike Mallwitz, Workforce Development at MATC; Vicki Martin, President of MATC; Speaker Paul Ryan; Dave Dull, President of Allis Roller.


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Speaker Paul Ryan visits Allis Roller in Franklin, Wis. to discuss workforce development during an employee town hall meeting. Pictured here from left to right: Dave Dull, President of Allis Roller; Speaker Paul Ryan; Steve Olson, Mayor of Franklin.


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State representatives meet with members of the Franklin Business Park Consortium at Allis Roller in Franklin, Wis. to discuss workforce development. Pictured here in front from left to right: Representative Ken Skowronski; Senator Dave Craig.


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From left: Tom Schulz, Vice President of Manufacturing at Krones and Secretary of the Franklin Business Park Consortium, Speaker Paul Ryan and Senator David Craig share a laugh before meeting with employees of Allis Roller in Franklin, Wis. where Paul Ryan answered questions about workforce development in Wisconsin.


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Members of the Franklin Business Park Consortium meet to discuss workforce development at Allis Roller in Franklin, Wis. Later, Ryan would go on to answer questions during an employee town hall meeting. Pictured here from left to right: Steve Olson, Mayor of Franklin; Dave Dull, President of Allis Roller; Speaker Paul Ryan; Senator David Craig; Stephanie Borowski, President of GPS Partners; Mike Mallwitz, Workforce Development at MATC.


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Students from GPS Educational Partners had an opportunity to meet with Paul Ryan on August 4th when he stopped at Allis Roller to discuss workforce development. Pictured here: Kevin McKenna (GPS), Stephanie Borowski (GPS), David Dull (Allis Roller), Speaker Paul Ryan and students from GPS Educational Partners.


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Speaker Paul Ryan toured Allis Roller's facility during his visit to discuss workforce development. Pictured here in the forefront: Speaker Paul Ryan and David Dull (Allis Roller).


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Allis Roller is grateful to its partners, GPS Educational Partners, Milwaukee Area Technical College, and the Franklin Business Park Consortium, for their ongoing commitment to workforce development and their participation in Speaker Paul Ryan's visit.



 

8.16 Press Release - Paul Ryan at Allis Roller

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Contact: Dave Dull

ddull@allis-roller.com


For Immediate Release


PAUL RYAN VISITS ALLIS ROLLER TO DISCUSS WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT


FRANKLIN, Wis., Aug. 9th, 2017 – House Speaker, Paul Ryan, focused on workforce development programs during a visit to Allis Roller on August 4th. During this visit, Ryan discussed the importance of bringing the government, private sector, and educational programs together to close the skills gap and help people become qualified for future jobs, specifically in the manufacturing industry.

Through the Franklin Business Park Consortium, one of the largest industrial parks in Wisconsin, Allis Roller has been able to partner with Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and GPS Educational Partners to get involved with their educational programs. MATC works alongside Allis Roller to allow college students to have onsite experience in a professional manufacturing company while continuing to take classes. In the past two years, MATC has trained hundreds of students at Allis Roller, enhancing the skill sets of new and current employees. Similar to this program, GPS Educational Partners works with high school students and places each student with a local business, ultimately allowing them to build technical skills while also earning their high school diplomas.

Allis Roller is proud to support education and help students gain skills that can benefit them in their future careers. “This visit from Ryan is an excellent way to remind the community that Allis Roller strives to build the next generation of manufacturers,” said Dave Dull, President of Allis Roller. “Through Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and GPS Educational Partners, we give

students the opportunity to come to Allis Roller and gain experience in the manufacturing industry that could then lead to successful careers right here in Wisconsin.”

In addition to Ryan, this event on workforce development was attended by: Senator Dave Craig, Representative Ken Skowronski, Franklin Mayor Steve Olson, and Franklin Business Park Consortium leaders, Rich Simonson (Chief Operating Officer at Carma Laboratories and Treasurer of Franklin Business Park Consortium), and Tom Schulz (Vice President of Manufacturing at Krones and Secretary of the Franklin Business Park Consortium). After a round table discussion with representatives from Allis Roller, MATC, GPS Educational Partners, and other government officials and Franklin business leaders, Paul Ryan took a facility tour then conducted a town hall meeting, fielding questions regarding manufacturing, education, and workforce development in Wisconsin.

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About Allis Roller


Allis Roller, LLC is a manufacturer and welder of custom, complex machine parts and rollers of all kinds to the agricultural, construction, and industrial industries. Allis Roller's engineering expertise enables their team to create precision machine parts for especially unique applications at the highest level of quality, and at globally competitive rates.


Sent On 10/16/2014

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller has completed its move into a new facility at 5801 West Franklin Dr., Franklin, WI. Please use this new address for all communications, including shipping and invoicing.

ALLIS ROLLER HAS A NEW LARGER PLANT- DO YOU HAVE MORE WORK FOR US?

Due to our increased plant capacity, we are very anxious to quote new work for you. Allis Roller is not only known for all sizes and shapes of rollers, but we are also experts at Complex Metal Fabrications. After reviewing your drawings, Allis Roller engineers can quickly provide a quote utilizing our expertise in welding and machining.

Allis Roller is ISO9001:2008 Certified and is an approved supplier for many large OEM’s, which means that we have the resources to provide quality products at competitive prices.

Please contact Allis Roller to discuss your specific product needs.
Bob Milinski, 414-423-9000 (extension 114), bmilinski@allis-roller.com
Dave Dull, 414-423-9000 (extension 115), ddull@allis-roller.com


Released On 6/27/2014

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Printed Fall 2012

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Sent on 3/22/2012

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller has the expertise to design and fabricate the specialized tooling and fixtures for production machining, such as our drilling and straightening table. This machine is capable of straightening a tube and simultaneously drilling 4 holes in one step.

It’s all about value-add; eliminating waste, keeping costs low, and quality high, and getting you what you need, when you need it.

Allis Roller produces a variety of rollers, typically up to a 4 inch diameter and 20 feet long.

Let us know how we can help you with your complex metal machining and fabrication needs.

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Sent on 11/01/2011

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller continues to invest in the future with the recent purchase of a new Samsung SL-45 lathe.

This new turning center enhances our capability to machine even larger complex shafts and rollers.

We would be very happy to discuss your needs – please contact us.

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Sent on 8/09/2011

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller has expertise in various methods of metal fabrication including Submerged Arc Welding (SAW).

With weld deposition rates up to 100 lb/hr, SAW can perform 10 times faster than typical Shielded Metal Arc Welding. SAW consistently provides deep weld penetration and welds that are sound, uniform, ductile, corrosion resistant, and have good impact value, making weld quality excellent.

Whether your product could benefit from SAW, or requires other welding methods, it may be that Allis Roller could help to improve your part quality and reduce cost. Please contact us to discuss your welding needs for complex fabrications.

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Sent on 3/10/2011

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Julie Zaja, Manufacturing Manager

Julie is the leader of the manufacturing operations at Allis Roller. With over 20 years of experience in the metal machining and fabrication industry, Julie manages the day-to day activities in the plant as well as managing Customer Service and Purchasing. Julie is a take-charge manager who insists that customers and suppliers are communicated with timely and accurately. She is instrumental in implementing LEAN Principles, which is resulting in improved lead times and market-leading pricing. Of course, quality is a given and Julie was key in Allis Roller achieving ISO 9001 Certification in 2010.

Yes, Julie is the go-to person at Allis Roller - feel free to give her a call to ask how we may be able to help you with your complex fabrication needs.

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Sent on 1/19/2011

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller is proud to announce our recent ISO 9001:2008 Certification.

This achievement is another step in the process of improving our performance as an excellent contract manufacturer.

Please consider Allis Roller for your contract machining needs and……visit our website- it was updated this week! http://www.allis-roller.com

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Sent on 9/30/2010

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller continues to invest in new equipment to better serve our customers.

The most recent purchase is a Mazak Nexus 510C Vertical Machining Center.

With a dual pallet changer, Renishaw probe and toolsetter, 48 tool holder capacity, and full 4th axis on one pallet, this machine compliments the existing capabilities at Allis Roller.

We are excited about quoting new business - give us a call! (414-423-9000).

Learn more about our machining capabilities at http://www.allis-roller.com/machining.html

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Sent on 3/12/2010

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Jose Garcia’s career not only spans decades, but countries as well. Starting out in 1956 in Mexico, he began his profession by pursuing his Tool and Die card. Equipment of the day was simple compared to today’s industrial machinery. Part features as simple as a radius needed to have a tool cut to match the exact profile of the finished geometry, where as today the radius is simply programmed in and the machine generates the cut. “CNC machines have made everything easier and substantially more precise and productive, but many of the concepts are still the same.” Jose decided to relocate to the United States in 1970 and immediately began working for Allis-Roller’s predecessor company, A. Lakin & Sons. He finished schooling and achieved his Tool and Die diploma shortly thereafter.

Jose started working in the Tool room, but when Mr. Lakin came to him one day to ask him to take over programming the new NC machines, Jose moved into a production setting. He became the machining department’s supervisor and has retained that position for several decades. Jose has great pride and dedication to his work, often taking complex jobs home with him to review and analyze. “I am thankful for what I have learned throughout the years as I often use this knowledge to solve problems with our modern machining methods.” When not at work, Jose enjoys spending his free time with his four daughters and 11 grandchildren.

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Sent on 11/17/2009

 

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Sent on 10/7/2009

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis Roller makes complex fabrications requiring equally complex tooling and fixtures.

Working with our Engineering team, Norm turns concept into reality.

"With my floor experience and engineering support, fixtures and tooling aren’t just built to spec, they are built to process with future adjustability in mind."

To find out more visit http://www.allis-roller.com/engineering.html

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Sent on 9/1/2009

Press Release - David Dull is new President/CEO of Allis Roller, LLC

Dave Dull, President/CEO, joined Allis Roller in April, 2009. Dave has managed manufacturing companies for nearly 20 years since beginning his career as a Project Engineer after graduating from Purdue University. Dave served as President/ CEO of Tuthill Drive Systems (formerly Fluidrive, Inc.) in Brookston, IN for ten years where he was very involved in designing, manufacturing, and marketing machined and assembled components for the Agricultural and Construction Industries. Dave’s passion is learning about new companies and he may be contacting you soon.

Dave plans to lead Allis Roller in the implementation of Lean Manufacturing to enhance the company’s 50-year expertise in manufacturing rollers and precision parts. Learn more at http://www.allis-roller.com.

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Printed September of 2009

Allis Roller in OEM Off-Highway magazine




Sent on 8/5/2009

Please take a moment to see what's happening at Allis-Roller.

Allis-Roller specializes in the precision machining and fabrication of complex parts, such as choppers.

Tony is our expert in chopper design manufacturing.
You may be asking, "What is a chopper?"
Tony explains "A chopper is a rather complex weldment with shafts on both ends and can contain over 125 blades, spinning at up to 3,000 rpm. These units are at the rear of a combine and shred crop residue in preparation for spreading back on to the field."

To find out more visit http://www.allis-roller.com/rollers.html

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Printed July of 2009

Allis Roller in OEM Off-Highway magazine




Sent on 6/29/2009

ANNOUNCING NEW WEBSITE - http://www.allis-roller.com

Hello, I recently joined Allis Roller as President/ CEO and wanted to let you know about the capabilities of our company, so we have launched a new website. I realize that you previously purchased products from Allis Roller and I am hopeful that you would give us another look for any of your contract machining, welding and fabrication needs. It would be great to hear from you!

Best Regards,

Dave Dull
President/ CEO
Allis-Roller, LLC | 9800 S 60th Street | Franklin, WI 53132
Main: 414-423-9000 | Ext: 115 | Fax: 414-423-9216 | Mobile: 773-606-4984
www.allis-roller.com

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