All World Machinery, a manufacturer of hydraulic, pneumatic and motion-control parts, announced that it will remain in Illinois, moving to a larger, more state-of-the-art facility in Roscoe. The company was entertaining offers for a move to Wisconsin, but in the end Illinois won out and the company will remain in the state. Their new 38,000 square foot facility will eventually expand to over 100,000 square feet and will add up to 100 new jobs for shipping, warehousing, manufacturing production, service technicians, and design engineers. The average estimated annual income for the jobs is expected to be $50k.

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