Herman Miller Expands Healthcare Furniture Production in Holland, Michigan
Herman Miller will spend $5.3 million on a lab for its research and design departments. It will spend another $5.7 million on a headquarters, showroom, and manufacturing facility.
The company must hire most of the 600 workers within seven years to qualify for the incentives. But according to company spokesperson Mark Schurman, jobs depend on timing and new business.
Herman Miller initially considered expanding in Wisconsin, but Michigan's offer of $7.8 million in tax credits ultimately attracted the company to the site near its Zeeland, Michigan, headquarters.
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