Recap: RTW Michigan Has Great Things in Store for Its Economy
Many businesses are investing in Right to Work Michigan, and these companies are further proof of its great economy. The most recent investments are coming from companies such as PADNOS, Welch Foods, and DAVCO. These companies will also create lots of new jobs.
Read on so you can find out more about each investment!
PADNOS is investing $6.6 million in order to expand in Right to work Wyoming, Michigan. This will also create 50 new jobs!
“PADNOS is proud to further our investment in the community while increasing our processing capabilities to meet market demands. We are seeing an increase in demand for recycled material and we are committed to working with our partners to get these materials back into new products and keeping them out of our landfills and oceans.” […]
“Congratulations to the entire PADNOS team on your tremendous growth and success in West Michigan. We appreciate your continued vote of confidence in our state and in our workforce. […] This project is an economic win for Kent County and for the entire state. We’re proud to join our local partners as we celebrate PADNOS’ expansion in Michigan and look forward to continuing to work together to grow, add jobs and provide greater opportunity for Michigan residents.” […]
“This decision further cements PADNOS’ commitment to growth in Greater Grand Rapids. […] PADNOS has a long legacy of innovation and deep ties within our community. We are pleased to see them continue their growth here. They offer quality employment opportunities, and their commitment to providing reentry training and jobs is an excellent opportunity for our community.”
Welch Foods is investing $26.2 million in order to expand in Right to Work Lawton, Michigan. This will create 57 new jobs!
“Congratulations to the entire Welch’s team on your tremendous growth and success in Southwest Michigan. We appreciate your continued vote of confidence in our state and in our agricultural and manufacturing workforce. […] This project is an economic win for Van Buren County and for the entire state. We’re proud to join our local partners as we celebrate Welch’s expansion in Michigan and look forward to continuing to work together to grow and add jobs for Michigan residents.” […]
“We’re thankful for our partners at the village of Lawton, Van Buren County and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation who made securing this grant for Welch Foods Cooperative possible. […] Welch’s decision to invest in Southwest Michigan is a testament to our region’s competitive advantages and local leadership’s collaborative spirit.”
DAVCO is investing $3.5 million in order to add a new facility onto its campus in Right to Work Saline, Michigan. This will create 20 new jobs.
“Over the past 45 years, DAVCO has proudly served customers with industry-leading products and unparalleled customer support and that will not change. […] This new electronics manufacturing facility ensures we will continue to be able to serve commercial fleet customers as their needs evolve once they begin putting electric vehicles into service.”
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