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GE Healthcare to commit $50 million in a new manufacturing unit in West Milwaukee

GE Health care would spend $50 million in a new plant in West Milwaukee to make CT scanners and other products and solutions that finally could utilize additional than 1,200 people as portion of a proposed approach to consolidate its operations in Wisconsin.

The plan — which continue to must be authorised by the company’s unions — would include things like going about 1,500 staff from its offices and plant in Waukesha and other sites to West Milwaukee and Wauwatosa about a number of yrs, the business explained Wednesday.

About 600 employees would continue on to get the job done in Waukesha at the plant and offices of the company’s magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, business.

GE Health care would market part of the Waukesha site — almost 600 acres off Interstate 94 — under the proposed approach. 

The plant in West Milwaukee would be one particular of GE Healthcare’s biggest 1-time investments in a website in the United States in a technology, the organization stated.