Here’s the Latest on Right to Work Michigan’s Economy

Companies are choosing Michigan over others as a result of this state’s Right to Work laws. Two new additions to the state’s economy will soon be Hydro Aluminum Metals and Daejin Advanced Materials. Meanwhile, BOS Automotive Products is expanding its current Michigan location. Altogether, these three companies will invest a total of $164.4 million toward the economy. In addition, they will also create 228 new jobs for the states. So these will be great additions!

Read on in order to learn more about each investment.

Hydro Aluminum Metals:

Hydro Aluminum Metals USA is investing $150 million toward a new location in Right to Work Cassopolis, Michigan. As a result, this will create 67 new jobs!

“Hydro is pleased to bring its innovative recycling technology to Cassopolis and looks forward to providing new long-term career opportunities for area residents. […] We appreciate the warm welcome we have received from the Village of Cassopolis along with our partners at Midwest Energy & Communications, and we thank the Village and the State of Michigan for their support for our new facility.” […]

“Today’s investment will help us continue growing Michigan’s economy by creating good-paying jobs for Michiganders, building on our leadership in the mobility space, expanding our inventory of development-ready facilities, and supporting vibrant communities.”


Daejin Advanced Materials:

Daejin Advanced Materials is investing $12.3 million in order to add a new location in Right to work Adrian, Michigan. This will also create 111 new jobs!

“We are incredibly excited to see new electric vehicle related projects realize the benefits of a Lenawee County facility. […] We heartily welcome Daejin Advanced Materials to our community and Lenawee Now is offering the local support for this project by providing Daejin Advanced Materials with assistance in recruiting their staff by promoting the job openings through all of our social media platforms and hosting job fairs in conjunction with Michigan Works Southeast.”


BOS Automotive Products:

BOS Automotive Products is investing $1.1 million in order to expand in Right to Work Rochester Hills, Michigan. This will create 50 new jobs as a result!

“As the demand for electric vehicles increases, we are glad BOS Automotive Products, Inc. is able to increase production to meet the needs of Michigan’s innovative automotive industry. […] The addition of 50 new jobs in Rochester Hills with a strong path for career growth and development is a long-term investment in the people of Oakland County.”

The project is being supported by a $225,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant. The city of Rochester Hills has offered to support the project through expedited plan review services and the waiving of fees. Michigan was chosen for the project over competing sites in Illinois and Mexico.


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