STERLING HEIGHTS — American Hydrostatics, a Michigan-based supplier, has moved to a 16,000-square-foot plant — three times as large as its previous location — to allow for increased production and hiring.

The company announced the move and the expansion after receiving an investment of nearly $1 million from Delta Asset Advisors.

The company currently serves more than 50 customers including automotive, industrial and discrete manufacturing customers in the United States, Europe and India.

The move and investment will allow for increased production and the space to hire an additional 20-25 workers in 2013.

The company provides industrial automation, maintenance, repair and operations distribution services, controls engineering, field service, maintenance and engineering services. American Hydrostatics partners with local community colleges and technological institutes in order to prepare students to enter the workforce. They also offer 12- to 16-week on-the-job training programs targeted toward veterans, students and other displaced workers.

“It’s our hope that the investment in American Hydrostatics will help the company provide new and improved services to our customers,” said Sri Bramadesam, principal of Delta Asset Advisors.

Madhu Naidu, also a principal of Delta Asset Advisors, added, “The new facility allows us to expand our offerings to provide a full range of engineering and automation services to each customer.”

From designing and building automation cells to modifications or upgrades of automation cells to meet customer specifications, American Hydrostatics provides complete turnkey systems. The company services controls, mechanical, hydraulic and electrical services and complete machine and press upgrades.

American Hydrostatics offers a managed MRO program. This program includes a complete line of industrial components, robots, controls, electronic, hydraulic and mechanical components and helps manufacturers save on production and operation expenditures through its procurement system.