Acoust-A-Fiber will soon be adding a new location in Right to Work Shelby Township, Michigan. In order to accomplish this, the company is investing $12.1 million toward the project. In addition, they also plan to create 75 new jobs. So this will be great for the job market!
From Area Development Magazine:
“This project will strengthen AAF’s presence and future growth in the North American NVH industry. […] We will be closer to our American customers, offering a high-quality product with fast response times for dynamic industry needs with a product proudly made in Michigan, USA.” […]
“This project is an exciting win for Southeast Michigan and for the entire state. Today represents only the beginning of an exciting relationship with Midwest Acoust-A-Fiber. […] We are grateful to the Governor and legislators for the continued support of the Michigan Business Development Program. We’re proud to join our partners at the Detroit Regional Partnership, Macomb County, and Shelby Township as we celebrate AAF’s new operations here and look forward to working together to grow, add jobs, and provide greater opportunity for our friends and neighbors.” […]
“There’s just no place in North America that can beat Michigan’s depth of automotive talent and just-in-time supply chain,. […] Given the density of our region’s mobility industry, suppliers that want to get their innovations to the OEMs continue to expand here. We were glad to help Acoust-A-Fiber explore our eleven counties and thrilled to welcome them to the Detroit Region.”
“I’d like to welcome Midwest Acoust-A-Fiber to Shelby Township. […] This attraction project is another win for our region and for the entire state. It will create jobs and add to our already dynamic automotive supplier network. I know that our skilled and talented workforce played a role in this company’s decision to locate in Macomb County, and I’m thrilled to see new investment in our community.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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