BW Papersystems Phillips - Corporate Headquarters
1300 N. Airport Road
Phillips, WI 54555
Phone: +1 (715) 339-2191
BW Papersystems Phillips was founded in 1968 as Marquip, Inc., by founder Carl Marschke and his business Partner Richard Thomas with the focus to provide machinery tor the corrugated paperboard industry. Barry-Wehmiller acquired Marquip in 2000 and Ward Machinery as well as United Container Machinery (Baltimore Location) in 2002 to form the today very well known brand MarquipWardUnited.
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Today, BW Papersystems in Phillips is the corporate headquarters for the global BW Papersystems company. It is one of three manufacturing plants in the USA. The brands MarquipWardUnited-Corrugating and MarquipWardUnited-Sheeting are home-based in Phillips. Phillips is located in the northwoods of Wisconsin near the Barry-Wehmiller Learning Center and the Four Seasons hospitality division.
BW Papersystems offers a wide variety of internships to high-school and university students and retrainees. They are geared in contents and form to the current level of knowledge and individual needs of the trainees. These programs give the trainees the opportunity to become acquainted with the day-to-day work and to acquire valuable experience in different areas and jobs that have to be done in a mechanical engineering company.
The cooperation with students and colleges/universities promotes a more in-depth transfer of know-how.
We offer special internships to high-school students that are designed to meet their particular needs. This gives them a chance to see what the world of work is all about and help them make decisions about their future careers.
Retrainees from other learning institutes are also welcome to complete internships at our company, in the technical as well as in the commercial departments.
You never know: An internship might just be the beginning of a successful career at BW Papersystems.
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Four Seasons Community Development
Our Long Lake Lodge and Barry-Wehmiller University Learning Center are available, by request, to benefit the community for leadership Meetings, organizations serving the community and fundraisers.
For further Information please contact:
Janie Boho, Guest Services Leader