Oakland County is now the destination for two global manufacturers looking to land in the U.S. this year.
APAG Elektronik AG and Promac plan to establish offices in Oakland County, according to county officials. Leadership from the companies met with county officials at the recent SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington D.C., which prompted both firms to look as Troy as a new home for their new offices.
"These companies have seen what a thousand others who came before them saw – that Oakland County is the best market for international investment," Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said in a press release.
is an automotive supplier that produces parts for many industries, including aviation, aerospace, energy, precision prototypes, and complex machining. It plans to open its first North American facility in Troy.
Switzerland-based APAG Elektronik AG
is an electronics design and manufacturing firm. It plans to open a sales office in Troy this summer. It's also looking at opening an electronics manufacturing facility in 2016. It is currently using space in the Automation Alley International Business Center.
Source: Oakland County
Writer: Jon Zemke
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