American Compounding Specialties Leaving Fowlerville, Michigan
"We hate leaving Fowlerville," said company co-owner Randy Rudisill. "They've been wonderful to us."
American Compounding is moving because it could not find a site to accommodate its expansion in Fowlerville. The company has been operating 24 hours a day since the beginning of the year. It will add a fourth operating line and increase production by 50 percent.
Rudisill said American Compounding is seeking tax breaks at its new location, which he declined to disclose.
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