MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Four Wisconsin companies are exhibiting at a German technology show this week.
Officials with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, Gov. Scott Walker's job-creation agency, say the companies are appearing at the Hanover Messe trade show in Hanover. The companies include Hartford-based American Exchanger Services Inc., which makes heat transfer equipment; Mequon-based Eagle Technology Inc., which produces software for manufacturers; Milwaukee-based engineering firm Phoenix Dynamometer Systems LLC; and Hustisford-based Pivot Point Inc., a fastener maker.
The companies are using U.S. Small Business Administration grants to attend the show. WEDC also has an exhibit.
The show includes more than 6,000 exhibitors from 62 counties. It began Monday and is set to run through Friday. More than 200,000 people are expected to attend.