T & T Manufacturing, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of C. G. Bretting Manufacturing Co., Inc. (Bretting) of Ashland, Wisconsin has recently announced the acquisition of certain assets T & T Tool, Inc. (T&T) of Spooner, Wisconsin.

T & T Manufacturing, LLC has hired the employees of T&T and will operate at 700 Industrial Boulevard, Spooner, Wisconsin. Paul Bretting states the following, “T & T has a history of providing high quality machining and fabrication service for the past 35 years."

The acquisition of these assets allows us to diversify our manufacturing capabilities and facilities to meet the needs of our customers.” Steve Sundeen of T&T states, “I chose Bretting to acquire the assets of T & T Tool, Inc. because of their history of being an industry leader in manufacturing that provides outstanding customer support that our customers have come to expect from T & T. The synergies of the business operations of Bretting and T & T will allow T & T Manufacturing, LLC to provide the excellent customer service and high quality products that T & T has provided for the past 35 years.” Both companies see this as a positive for their customers and employees because they are now able to offer more diversified products and manufacturing facilities.

Bretting is a world leader in the design and manufacture of converting equipment for the tissue converting industry. T&T was a leader in the machining and fabrication business.

C. G. Bretting Manufacturing Co., Inc. (“Bretting”) is a 129 year old, fifth generation familyowned business located in Ashland, Wisconsin with 300,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space. Bretting currently has 500 employees including engineers, machinists, assemblers and support staff. Bretting is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and service of paper converting equipment along with contract machining. Bretting also has a facility in Iron River, Wisconsin, Absolut Manufacturing, LLC, and recently added a new 30,000 square foot building which includes office, manufacturing, and assembly space.


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