Mayville Engineering Opens Hazel Park, Michigan, Manufacturing Facility
The company signed a ten-year lease which includes approximately 450,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Mayville plans to invest between $35 million to $45 million in capital in the coming year with full production planned to commence in early 2022.
“We are pleased to have finalized our plans for a new facility that significantly expands our manufacturing capacity in Michigan,” explained Bob Kamphuis, Chairman, President and CEO. “This facility will include state of the art technology and equipment, which will allow us to efficiently produce the highest quality components for our new customer starting early next year.”
As part of the agreement, the company received a $2.5 million incentive package from the State of Michigan. In addition to the new facility, MEC maintains five other Michigan based facilities with over 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space in the cities of Byron Center, Vanderbilt and Wayland.
“We are pleased to welcome MEC to Hazel Park and believe this agreement is a great example of the type of long-term partnership we are forging with companies that are expanding U.S. based manufacturing and bringing skilled employment opportunities to Michigan,” stated Mike Webb, Mayor of Hazel Park, Michigan.
Founded in 1945, MEC is a manufacturer that provides a broad range of Prototyping, Metal Fabrication, Tube Bending, Machining, Welding, Coating, and Value-Added Assembly services to a variety of markets including Commercial Vehicle, Power Sports & Recreational Vehicles, Agriculture, Construction & Forestry, Military, Mining, Automotive, and Power Generation companies.
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