Right to Work Michigan Attracts New Business!

Right to Work Michigan is always attracting new business, and these companies are proof of that. Serve Electric, AGP E-Glass, and SK Siltron CSS are all adding new locations within the state. Meanwhile, Gen3 is expanding in its current Michigan location. Altogether, these four companies will create 730 new jobs for the state. So this is exciting news!

Read on so you can learn more about each individual investment.


Gen3 is investing $8.69 million in order to expand in Right to Work Grand Rapids, Michigan. This will also create 269 new jobs!

“Our team is excited to begin taking on new opportunities as we continue growing in West Michigan. […] We plan to continue in the high-tech robotics space, and we’ll need a strong, talented team to achieve that. We’re thankful for all of the support The Right Place and their partners at the MEDC provided to make this expansion a reality here in West Michigan.”

Founded in 2020, Gen3 is an engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain solution provider, headquartered in Grand Rapids with a primary focus on newly developed autonomous military and aerospace programs.


Serve Electric:

Serve Electric is relocating headquarters to Right to Work Sterling Heights, Michigan with a $2.7 million investment. This will also create 240 new jobs!

“We are grateful for this opportunity to partner with MEDC to further empower Michiganders who are looking to create strong, lasting careers as electricians.” […] 

“As new investment continues to occur in our state, working closely with companies that are already here in Michigan to ensure they have the best opportunity to grow, thrive and offer pathway careers for our workforce is critical to our future. […] We are excited to work with AGP and Serve Electric to ensure their continued success in this great state, and stand proudly alongside our local partners in Southeast Michigan to build a championship economy in Michigan that starts with expanding our incumbent Michigan businesses right here.”


AGP E-Glass:

AGP E-Glass is adding a new location in Right to Work Canton Charter Township, Michigan. This will soon create 71 new jobs in the area!

 According to state officials, “with the auto industry continuing to experience increased demand in electrification, connectivity, shared mobility, autonomous driving and performance, AGP plans to establish a North American Tech Center in the Charter Township of Canton, where it will develop and exhibit the latest technologies for clients, partners, suppliers and university officials to see the products in use.”

AGP provides high-tech glazing solutions to more than 20 automotive brands that are shaping the future of mobility through electrification and autonomous driving. The tech center will continue to grow Michigan’s mobility and electric vehicle sectors and will further underscore the state’s leadership position in mobility and automotive R&D, state officials said.


SK Siltron CSS:

SK Siltron CSS is adding a new location in Right to Work Monitor Township, Michigan with a $302 million investment. This will also create 150 new jobs!

“The growth of electric vehicles is opening an exciting new chapter for the auto industry[…]. SK Siltron CSS is proud to partner with the State of Michigan to build the supply chain and create the skilled jobs required to support the next generation of EVs, ensuring Michigan remains the automotive center of the world.” […]

“The company’s investment in Michigan is a clear example of how top attraction projects are finding opportunities to grow in the state underscoring Michigan’s leadership position in electric vehicle R&D and manufacturing.” […]

“SK Siltron CSS is a world class, high tech, company that could have chosen to invest anywhere in the world. We are appreciative that they decided to chose to invest here in Bay County. Our community, region, and state have a storied history of manufacturing, specifically in the automotive industry. […] This investment represents the future of that foundation where ingenuity and know-how will drive an engine of innovation and technology.”


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