Right to Work Michigan Sees Economic Growth

Here are four of the most recent business investments in Right to Work Michigan. DAG Technology is adding a new location here soon, and Nissan just finished locating here. Meanwhile, companies such as LHP Engineering and International Extrusions are expanding within the state. These companies are evidence of the strong economy that the Right to Work state provides. 

Read on in order to learn more about each individual investment!

DAG Technology:

DAG Technology is investing $10.06 million in order to locate to Right to Work Grand Blanc, Michigan. This will create 50 new jobs!

“The DAG team is proud to bring manufacturing to Grand Blanc, Michigan. We are excited to announce the opening of our new facility which will create local opportunities in the area and bolster long term relationships with our OEM Automotive customers.” […]

“DAG is a great company and a great addition to the roster of automotive OEM suppliers doing business in Genesee County. […] It’s a solid win for our region, and we’re honored to be part of the team on this attraction effort.”


LHP Engineering:

LHP Engineering Solutions is investing $3.8 million in order to renovate its current facility in Right to Work Pontiac, Michigan, creating 100 new jobs!

“On behalf of Mayor Deirdre Waterman and the city of Pontiac, we are excited to extend congratulations to LHP Engineering Solutions, Inc. on their expansion and welcome them to Pontiac. […] We are pleased that their expansion includes 100 new jobs and $3.8 million in capital investment. Also, we especially acknowledge the MEDC for more than $1 million in incentives to further support this initiative.”


International Extrusions:

International Extrusions is investing $12.5 million in order to expand in Right to Work Livonia, Michigan. This will also create 63 new jobs!

“The City of Livonia was selected as the site for International Extrusions newest operational expansion. The $12.5 million expansion will add a second state of the art press machine for fully integrated manufacturing and packaging of aluminum fabrications within our City. […] We are excited to see their continued investment in our community and workforce.”



Nissan invested $40 million in order to locate a Safety Advancement Lab at its technical center in Right to Work Farmington Hills, Michigan.

“This expansion underscores Nissan’s commitment to the region and enables us to be a global center of excellence for new vehicle testing. […] The goal of virtually zero fatalities is always guiding our work. The combination of this new lab plus our passive and active safety technologies can help us reach that goal.” […]

“Here in the Safety Advancement Laboratory, we’re focused on passive safety. […] Our vehicles come equipped with technology to help prevent a crash, but in the event that there is a collision, we’re focused on helping protect customers from injury and evaluating the vehicle structure performance, airbag performance, seatbelt performance and other mechanisms that help protect our customers.”


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