The first agreement dealt with Wound Zoom Inc., which would move from Longmont, Colo., to the former Journal Printing building, 4848 Industrial Park Road, at the corner of Hoover Avenue and Industrial Park Road.
Mike Ostrowski, Stevens Point community development director, said the firm uses digital imaging to determine the extent of wound treatment and has agreed to add no less than 40 new full-time employees in five years.
Service Cold Storage will be capable of storing large quantities of food and other perishables for a wide variety of different businesses. Halverson said the main product stored in the facility at start up will be frozen cranberries.
Halverson said another plus to the agreement is the potential future trade traffic the facility could bring. With the combination of the Canadian National Railway system, Highway 10, Interstate 39 and its central location between Minneapolis and Chicago, Stevens Point could become a potentially viable economical trade hub.