Congratulations to our co-op student, Sara Aldrich, who earned a scholarship from Great Lakes Bay Manufacturers’ Association. She will be starting at Kettering University in the fall pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering.
Dropping another Citizens A32 Swiss Lathe in place today, excited to add more capacity in Frankenmuth
It’s a beautiful day to unload some new equipment. Thank you Haas Automation, Inc. for the mill and GOSIGER for the okuma lathe.
We are excited to be moved in and settled into our new manufacturing facility. There was a tremendous amount of work put in by our employees and contractors to get us to this point. We are looking forward to 2015 in the new location. We would also like to thank the MEDC for their assistance on our project – you can see more about it on the Pure Michigan Business website.
FRANKENMUTH – Gov. Rick Snyder told a crowd of supporters gathered inside Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth Tuesday, Feb. 4, that Michigan has improved dramatically since he first took office. But, Snyder said, his work is not finished.
“In 2009 and 2010 we were broken,” he said. “We need to get back to the fundamentals. Government exists to serve you.”
Snyder this week is announcing his bid for reelection in stops in six Michigan cities. The second to last stop on Tuesday was Frankenmuth, which Snyder called a Michigan “landmark.”