ABB Robotics Has More Plans for Right to Work Michigan

Right to Work Michigan Economic Update

ABB Robotics has plans for Right to Work Auburn Hills, Michigan. Here, they plan to renovate and expand their current facility. In order to make this possible, the company is investing a total of $20 million toward the project. They will also create 72 new jobs. So this is exciting news for the area’s economy!

From Area Development Magazine:

“Our investment is a significant step in accelerating ABB Robotics’ global leadership in developing and manufacturing cutting-edge robotic solutions in the US, for the Americas. […] As the global mega trends of labor shortages, uncertainty, the near and reshoring of production, and a desire to operate more sustainably accelerate, more businesses are turning to automation to build resilience while improving efficiency and flexibility. Our expanded facility will help us to better serve customers in the US and across the Americas, giving them access to innovative automated solutions.” […]

“ABB has a successful 30-year history in Oakland County and it’s always gratifying to see a company reinforce its commitment by expanding its footprint even more in Auburn Hills,” noted Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter. “The investment that ABB is making to grow its robotic assembly operations will help ensure a bright future for the 72 new people the company will hire and cement Oakland County’s reputation as a prime location for advanced manufacturing.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.