L&L Products Expands Romeo, Michigan, Operations
The investment will include expansive warehousing facilities and room to accommodate two-shot injection molding production processes, accommodating finished goods for the auto industry.
“We’re really proud of L&L’s 65-year history in Michigan,” said Tom Kleino, president of L&L Products Americas. “It made sense to continue expanding our Romeo campus, and we look forward to providing jobs and supporting the local community with this investment.”
The investment is being supported by a $450,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant. In addition, the village of Romeo plans to approve a 50 percent property tax abatement in support of the project.
“Congratulations to the team at L&L on your continued growth and success. We appreciate your vote of confidence in the incredible talent and competitive business climate here in Michigan,” noted?Quentin Messer, Jr.,?CEO of the MEDC and President and Chair of the Michigan Strategic Fund. “We are grateful to the Governor, bi-partisan leaders in the Legislature and local officials for their continued support of the Michigan Business Development Program. We’re proud to join our local partners in supporting this long standing Michigan company, and look forward to working together to add jobs and provide greater opportunities for our friends and neighbors in Southeast Michigan.”
L&L Products, Inc. is technology-driven business-to-business company with unique expertise in static sealing, acoustics, vibration reduction, structural reinforcements, and composite components for automotive, aerospace, commercial vehicle and other industrial applications. The company has more than 1,300 employees worldwide, locations in 16 countries, and nine manufacturing facilities.
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