Foxconn Technology Group announced Monday the next steps in construction of its Gen6 advanced manufacturing facility in the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Racine County. The next phase of construction will begin by Summer 2019 and the facility will...
The following statements were issued regarding Foxconn’s plans for the construction of a Gen6 advanced manufacturing plant in the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Racine County, Wisconsin.
President David DeGroot, Village of Mount Pleasant:
Today, City of Racine Mayor Cory Mason, alongside Foxconn leadership, announced a Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the company, enabling the pursuit of public-private partnerships to accelerate a shared vision for Racine as a "Smart City."
State Revenue Secretary Peter Barca recently sat down with the Racine Journal Times to talk Foxconn, sharing that he and several other members of the Evers Administration are in regular, weekly contact with Foxconn executives.
Foxconn Technology Group recently purchased the office building at 1 Main Street in Racine for $6.25 million. The company plans to develop "Foxconn Place Racine and Wisconn Valley Innovation Center" and support about 125 Foxconn employees at the location.