MILWAUKEE - Tollefsen Steel, a steel service center, will be relocating its operations from Menomonee Falls to an 18,000 square foot industrial building located at S82 W18664 Gemini Drive, Muskego, Wis., the former home of Ludman Industries.
James M. Young of Cassidy Turley Barry represented sellers Louis and Katrina Jakober in the transaction.
Tollefsen Steel plans to expand its business operations at the new location, which is an expandable crane building on three acres.
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