Gov. Rick Snyder, Brose NorthAmerica Inc. executives and Huron Township officials along with LDFA members celebrated the grand opening of the auto supplier’s newest plant in the metro Detroit.
The company on Friday marked the opening of the facility in Huron Township, not far from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
The North American arm of the German parts supplier announced plans two years ago to buy the plant. Now, it’s ready. According to Brose, the opening has resulted in 450 new Michigan jobs.
In a statement, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said, “Brose’s commitment to invest in HuronTownship shows that our state is a great place for businesses to grow and that southeast Michigan is a hub for innovation.”
Brose supplies around 80 car brands with electric motors and mechatronic systems for vehicle doors, liftgates and seat structures.