Right to Work Michigan Sees Business and Job Growth
Three businesses are investing in the state of Michigan. In fact, two of them are taking advantage of what Michigan does best – automotive. These Include Electric Last Mile and AGS Automotive systems. AGS Automotive Systems is planning an expansion toward its current location in Sterling Heights, which will create 100 new jobs. Meanwhile, Electric Last Mile is already on its way to success, having already opened its new headquarters in Troy. This will create 200 new jobs for that area. In addition, Amazon is adding five new buildings in Detroit, which will create a whopping 2,000 new jobs.
So there are many great opportunities on their way to Michigan! Read on to find out more about each company’s investment!
“We’re excited to be expanding our network to better serve our customers in the great city of Detroit. […] We are grateful for the strong support we’ve received from local and state leaders as we broaden our footprint throughout Michigan. We look forward to bringing more than 2,000 good jobs to Metro Detroit and contributing positively to the community.” […]
“We’re thrilled that Amazon selected Detroit for what will be one of the largest fulfillment centers in Michigan. […] Amazon has been a great partner and its most important delivery will be the 3,000 construction jobs, 1,200 permanent jobs and new small business opportunities this new facility will bring to our city.”
“In addition to facilitating our growth, the design of our new global headquarters will allow for collaboration across all aspects of our engineering, from vehicle design, prototyping and software development, and customer engagement, enabling[ Electric Last Mile ]to deliver for its customers the most efficient and customized solutions for their last mile use cases.”
“AGS is very excited about its continued growth in Michigan. […] We value these partnerships and look forward to continued growth and success within the state of Michigan.” […]
“AGS Automotive Systems’ expansion in Sterling Heights will drive new advancements in future mobility and underscores the strength of the talent in the state’s advanced auto manufacturing and mobility sectors. […] This investment reinforces Michigan’s reputation as the global center of the automotive industry, and we’re pleased to work with our local partners to support the expansion.”