KEWEENAW, MI – Calumet Electronics is investing $6.5 million at a newly built 35,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Northern Michigan, according to reports.
The firm plans to upgrade operations and expand its staff more than 25% (80 new jobs). The company currently employs about 300.
The facility will have the capacity for organic substrates. The company will produce components for manufacturing, power generation, aerospace, defense and medicine.
“This expansion is critical to the growth and recruitment of talented workers for a company that is in a critical industry and critical to the region,” said Marty Fittante, CEO, InvestUP.
Michigan state is expected to provide a $600,000 performance-based grant, and Calumet will receive $2 million in Community Development Block Grant funding.