Harloff Manufacturing Company Plans Paw Paw, Michigan, Plant
The company recently purchased a New York-based company established in 1942, and plans to acquire an existing facility in Paw Paw, investing nearly $1 million and creating 38 jobs.
As a result of the expansion, the company has been awarded a $158,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance based grant. Michigan was chosen over the New York location as well as competing sites in North Carolina and Indiana. In addition to the state incentive, the village of Paw Paw is supporting the project through the use of municipal facilities and staff time at no cost to the company.
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