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MTW Looks to Expand Location in 2018

MTW Looks to Expand Location in 2018

MTW Industries is growing! The full-service steel fabrication shop currently has about 7,000 square feet of space on West Picard in Mt. Pleasant. Company officials are looking to find new space measuring 20,000-30,000 square feet somewhere in the area within the year.

Hiring additional staff to keep up with the steady growth has the company working closely with Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works!

“Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works! has been such a great resource for us in the last few years!” says MTW’s Heather Newport. “With the help of our BST representative Rod Reid, we have been able to employ and retain some great local talent! Rod is responsive and helpful with any requests and offers suggestions on how we can utilize Michigan Works! resources.”

MTW Industries started more than a decade ago as a small maintenance shop on a farm in Shepherd. Now the growing company provides steel cutting, 3-D prototype modeling, and welding and has been named one of Michigan’s Top 50 companies to watch for two years in a row.

Photo: Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works! helped MTW hire James Carrick and Jerry Fick, two local professionals who brought the right experience and skill set to the Mt. Pleasant business.

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