On May 1st, All World machinery, located just off I-90, near the Illinois/Wisconsin border, will be opening a 30,000 square-foot facility.

All World machinery is a national company that sells and repairs equipment for manufacturing companies. WREX-TV reports that executives of All World, always knew someday they'd outgrow the current space in Roscoe and need to expand, and that time is now.

A multi-million dollar expansion means dozens of new jobs will be coming to the facility by the end of summer.

All World Machinery President & CEO David Koepp told WREX-TV:

The building that we just signed off on, on Monday, is going to expand us to 80,000 square feet, so an additional 50,000 square feet. The facility will nearly triple in size by the end of summer.

There was competition for this expansion as other cities in Wisconsin wanted All World, but according to Koepp, Roscoe stood out among the competition.

The jobs that are needed include positions for those who are knowledge in:

  • qualified machine repair
  • manufacturing
  • electrical skills
  • customer service

All World will begin hiring around April, click here for more information