Right to Work Michigan’s Latest Economic Developments
Are you interested to see what’s happening in the state of Michigan? This Right to Work state flourishes as a result of its Right to Work laws. And these investments back this statement up. The most recent business investments are coming from Aerostar Manufacturing and Dana Limited, as well as ADASTEC.
Read on so you can learn more about each individual investment!
Aerostar Manufacturing is investing $8.6 million in order to expand in Right to Work Romulus, Michigan. This will also create 62 new jobs!
“Congratulations to the entire Aerostar team on your tremendous growth and success! We appreciate your continued vote of confidence in our state and in our workforce. […] This project is a win for Southeast Michigan and for the entire state. We are grateful to the Governor and legislators for the continued support of the Michigan Business Development Program. We’re proud to join our local partners as we celebrate Aerostar’s expansion in Michigan and look forward to working together to grow, add jobs and provide greater opportunity for our friends and neighbors.” […]
“This was truly a team effort. […] We are fortunate to have great partners in the MEDC, Wayne County and the City of Romulus.”
Dana Limited is investing $9 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Novi, Michigan. This will create 150 new jobs!
“This project will further grow Michigan’s leadership in the electrified mobility future, while supporting economic opportunities for Michigan workers.” […]
“Dana Incorporated has a long history of driving innovation in[ Michigan ]and continues to be a globally recognized leader in vehicle electrification. […] We are excited about this latest investment and expansion as it reinforces a simple fact – to be on the cutting-edge of next-generation mobility, companies must have a presence in the Detroit Region.”
ADASTEC is locating US headquarters soon in Right to Work Ann Arbor, Michigan.
“Having a permanent headquarter location here in the Ann Arbor region is a benefit to ADASTEC because of its proximity to U-M and MSU. […] The company’s future growth is dependent on access to business development opportunities and finding talent. So there’s no better place than Ann Arbor for it to grow its roots. What’s particularly exciting for our ecosystem here is that ADASTEC joins a growing list of foreign companies that recognize the assets this region offers and want to be part of it all.”