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Wabash National injects new life into Little Falls' shuttered boat factory « Back to Search Results

Larson Boat — in better times above —closed its 114-employee Little Falls plant in January and merged operations into its Wisconsin flagship plant.

The Wabash Cannonball, if you will, is rolling into Little Falls to the delight of the job-hungry locals.

Indiana-based Wabash National, a growing maker of high-test, lightweight truck trailers, has acquired for $3 million the just-shuttered Larson Boat plant, a nearly century-old business in the central Minnesota town.

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The downtown district of Little Falls is fast becoming a haven for new, startup technology companies. Little Falls is home to Atomic Learning, an international software company; Waypoint Technologies, a lake mapping software company; and AmeriTrak Fleet Solutions, a vehicle tracking company. The growth of Little Falls continues, thanks to the early entrepreneurs whose vision gave it impetus.