FRANKENMUTH, MI — The city of Frankenmuth has been awarded $249,975 in Community Development Block Grant funds to help make infrastructure improvements for an expansion of the Saginaw Township manufacturing firm Kremin Inc.
The project is one of six projects projected receiving state incentives totaling more than $82.2 million in private investment and projected to create 213 new jobs, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced this week.
Kremin, established in 1983, is a contract manufacturer serving the aerospace, defense, energy, transportation, dimensional stone and other industries, according to its website.
The city of Frankenmuth is contributing $583,345 for the infrastructure project to allow for Kremin’s new facility.
Kremin plans to add machinery and create up to 25 jobs during the next two years, according to the release. The company agreed that at least 13 positions will be held by low-to-moderate income people.
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