Dutchland Plastics LLC -- the manufacturer of Yeti coolers, NuCanoe boats and KI chairs -- is celebrating its 50th year in business with a major new compensation, benefits and growth plan for its Wisconsin employees.
Headquartered in Oostburg, the company will soon add 50 employees to its manufacturing team. Applications are being accepted for a range of positions including financial planning and business manager positions. Hourly wages and starting pay are also being increased, as is the number of paid holidays employees are entitled to.
Dutchland is the third-largest contract rotational molder in the United States and molds its products in two facilities that total approximately 200,000 square feet. In addition to molding, Dutchland also provides services such as foaming, drilling, finishing, assembly, inspection, warehousing and logistics. The company has more than doubled its revenue during the last three years and expects to do so again in the coming three-year period.
Hiring employees that produce outstanding results is one of Dutchland Plastics priorities as it moves into the future.
“While we stand at the vanguard of becoming the largest and most advanced custom rotational molder in the United States, we understand the only way to fully achieve this strategic vision is to recruit and retain the best workers and recognize/reward outstanding performance," Dutchland CEO Clyde Swoger said. "With the introduction of this growth plan, replete with a new compensation and benefits program, we will meet these goals and ultimately realize the Company's true potential."