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Agape Plastics Expanding in Tallmadge Charter Township, Adding 54 Jobs

Tallmadge Charter Township, MI—July 1, 2015

Agape Plastics, Inc. expanding in Tallmadge Charter Township, adding 54 jobs

The Michigan Economic Development today announced Michigan Strategic Fund actions to support the expansion of an injection molding facility in Tallmadge Charter Township, a project that is expected to generate $14 million in private investment and create 54 jobs.

“The decision of Agape Plastics to expand further in Tallmadge Charter Township demonstrates Michigan’s business-friendly environment and talented workforce. It is thanks to many public and private partners that this project is taking place, and we are pleased to support that collaboration,” said MEDC Chief Executive Officer Steve Arwood. “This investment will provide excellent employment opportunities for Michigan residents and will create a long-term positive impact on the local economy.”

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Automated Machine Systems Expansion in Georgetown Township

Ottawa County, MI—June 23, 2015

Automated Machine Systems (AMS), INC., today announced the construction of a 41,250 square foot manufacturing facility in the Georgetown Industrial Center. The company will invest $2 million dollars in the expansion project.

Automated Machine Systems, a design and supply integrator providing automation, computerization, and software solutions has already experienced significant growth over this past season and expects to create up to 12 new jobs in the next two years due to this expansion.

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OMT-Veyhl to Expand in Holland Township

Ottawa County, MI | February 25, 2015

OMT-Veyhl to Expand in Holland Township

Ergonomic Furniture Manufacturer to double in size and employment

OMT-Veyhl today announced a 98,000 square foot, $8.8 million expansion at its  facility located at 11511 James Street in Holland Township, Michigan. The  expansion will involve the creation of 206 new jobs.

“OMT-Veyhl USA Corporation believes in creating US jobs, local manufacturing and a close connection to our customers,” said Lars Reuter, President of OMT-Veyhl USA. “We appreciate the working relationship and all of the support from the MEDC.  The great West Michigan work ethic of our employees and the good relationship with the local community helped support our decision to expand.”

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