MT. MORRIS TWP, MI — An $8.5 million investment at a Mt. Morris Township brake facility will help it grow by 50,000 square feet and bring dozens of new jobs.
The expansion is being fueled along with a $300,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant
Rassini opened its facility in northern Genesee County in 2014 as part of a $17 million-plus investment — including a $500,000 grant awarded by the MEDC’s Michigan Strategic Fund — that brought more than 50 jobs to the area after the company chose the site over a potential Ohio location.
The Mexico-based company’s expansion in Mt. Morris Township will provide additional manufacturing, warehouse and distribution space.
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