Michigan’s Right to Work laws ensure that companies and workers don’t have to be beholden to a union. That fact alone is a major reason why companies choose to invest in Right to Work states. Two of the most recent Kentucky business investments are coming from West Michigan Tool & Die and Duncan Aviation. Both of these companies will both be expanding soon.
Read on in order to learn more about each investment!
West Michigan Tool & Die:
West Michigan Tool & Die is investing $3.4 million toward expansion in Right to Work Benton Harbor Township, Michigan. This will also create 22 new jobs!
“The West Michigan Tool & Die team is excited to see this project go forward, which will expand our capabilities at our Benton Harbor Township facility, which is in a federal HUBZone and is certified as such. WMTD is also looking forward to offering our expanded capabilities to new and existing clients as we work to leverage our Minority Business Enterprise certification to offer supplier diversity to the market. […] MEDC, Michigan Works! and the Cornerstone Alliance have helped us to maintain during the last few challenging years and emerge ready for growth. We look forward to new opportunities and team members.” […]
“We are thrilled West Michigan Tool & Die will be expanding in Benton Harbor Township as the project will bring immediate job opportunities in advanced manufacturing to residents.”
Duncan Aviation is expanding in Right to Work Battle Creek, Michigan with with a $30 million investment. They will also create 61 new jobs!
“At Duncan Aviation, we are excited to expand on over twenty-four years of success in Michigan. This new facility will provide dozens of career opportunities for members of our local community and opportunities for advancement by our existing team members. […] We appreciate the ongoing support from the state of Michigan and the city of Battle Creek. We couldn’t ask for better partners.” […]
“Duncan Aviation is an exemplary company, providing high-quality, good-paying jobs. Duncan Aviation is always at the table partnering with the city of Battle Creek, BCU, and community stakeholders to develop workforce and economic development solutions. […] We are thrilled they chose Battle Creek to expand once again, growing to nearly 700 employees in the city of Battle Creek.”