Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) is investing a total of $375 million in order to expand in Right to Work Thomas Township, Michigan. In addition, they also plan to create 170 new jobs. So this is exciting economic news for the area!
From Area Development Magazine:
“We built our global reputation on the ability to stay at the forefront of high-tech polysilicon production for the critical semiconductor and solar industries. […] This investment in local infrastructure supports HSC’s ability to improve and expand our operations and helps us remain globally competitive. Today’s announcement proves Michigan is serious about prioritizing the growth of high-tech businesses. We thank Governor Whitmer and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation for ensuring the U.S. leads in crucial, silicon-enabled technologies.” […]
“Hemlock Semiconductor’s investments in Michigan will create more good jobs in the Saginaw region and empower us to continue building and leading semiconductor production in our state. […] Thanks to HSC’s continued investment in our state, which spans decades, Michigan will stay at the forefront of high-tech polysilicon production for the critical semiconductor and solar industries. The impact of this investment will be felt around the entire state for decades to come and build on our economic momentum as work to lead the future of this transformational industry right here in Michigan.” […]
“Hemlock Semiconductor is one the region’s largest employers and taxpayers and is in an industry that impacts customers around the globe. […] We are so pleased with the solutions-based incentive package provided by the state and are excited to move this transformational development forward. We are also thrilled that this investment will increase the site readiness of the Great Lakes Tech Park.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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