According to Whitmer, the expansion could invest nearly $11 million into the area.
LANSING, Mich. — An estimated 138 new jobs could come to West Michigan as part of two business expansion projects announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer Thursday.
The expansion could invest nearly $11 million into the area and has received support from the Michigan Strategic Fund, according to Whitmer.
“Our economic development efforts have helped us bring thousands of good-paying, middle-class manufacturing jobs home and created in-demand, high-skill opportunities for Michiganders in every region of our state,” Whitmer said.
One project is happening at P&THE Manufacturing in Spring Lake Township, bringing 107 jobs to the area and expecting to generate a total capital investment of $2.6 million. The company is a Canton Township-based holding company that provides high-performing manufacturing solutions.
“These projects are wins for the entire state. We are grateful to the Governor, legislators of both parties and local officials for their continued …