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control gaging

Control Gaging Breaks Ground In Ann Arbor On New U.S. Headquarters

Control Gaging said Tuesday it has broken ground on its new Pittsfield Township plant, where the company will engineer, design and manufacture precision gauges for machine tools.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/01/2013

Phillips Service Industries

Phillips Service Industries Says Michigan, 4 Other States In Running For New Plant

Phillips Service Industries Inc., a privately held manufacturing and services holding company, announced Wednesday that it is researching locations to build a new, high-tech additive manufacturing plant to produce large-scale parts for the aerospace and defense industries.

06/05/2013

brose

Brose to Expand Manufacturing in Michigan; Add 450 Jobs

Fueled by significant growth with domestic OEMs, Brose North America, Inc., the leading manufacturer of mechatronic components and systems for vehicle bodies and interiors, signed a purchase agreement for an existing 380,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in New Boston.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/14/2012

magna e-car

Magna E-Car Systems Opens New Plant

Magna E-Car Systems, a partnership between Magna International and the Stronach Group, announced today the grand opening of its latest facility, a plant in Grand Blanc Township that manufactures components for hybrid and electric vehicles.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/16/2012

TRE

Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for TRE Michigan Manufacturing

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson will join GreenTREe, one of the fastest growing surgical service organizations in the United States, to celebrate the grand opening of its Lake Orion plant on Friday, Oct. 21.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/10/2011

mmi

MMI Brings Japanese Recycling Technology, 30 Jobs To Michigan

A Japanese company has developed a method to turn shredded paper into a stronger, greener paper-plastic composite, and Midland’s Michigan Molecular Institute is helping to bring the technology — along with 30 new jobs — to the United States.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/27/2011