WACKER Relocates Headquarters to Right to Work Michigan

WACKER is finally ready to build its new headquarters. For this, they have chosen Pittsfield Charter Township, Michigan as the perfect location. A $50 million investment will soon cover building a 140,000 square foot facility. While many people will relocate from the previous place, they expect to create 70 new jobs for locals. This will be really good economically for Pittsfield Charter Township. Construction has already started and should be complete by March of 2022, so new opportunities are on the horizon.

From Area Development Magazine:

“We […] are excited to take the next step forward with our Innovation Center & Regional Headquarters in Michigan. […] This first-class facility will support future growth in the state and allow WACKER to have an important anchor in one of the nation’s leading R&D corridors surrounded by great community partners.”

“Despite these extraordinary times, WACKER remained committed to investing in its people and its future in Ann Arbor, Michigan[. W]e are honored to be a part of it. […] Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the team augmented seamlessly to the virtual world, advancing design development and successfully obtained both site plan approval and vital economic incentives.”


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