Expansion includes 20,000-square-foot addition that can be divided into nine separate spaces.
Stevensville, Maryland (PRWEB) October 21, 2015
Michigan Manufacturing International (MMI) announced today that the company recently completed a 20,000-square-foot addition to its headquarters in Stevensville. This was done in preparation for the future growth of MMI as well as to accommodate tenants who are seeking affordable, high-quality workspaces in a new facility that also has a view of the Chesapeake Bay.
The addition to the facility can be divided into nine spaces with each suite having its own separate 480-volt electric service. The building is protected by a full sprinkler system that allows open racking to heights up to 17 feet. Other storage methods can reach elevations up to the 24-foot clear ceiling.
Commenting on the expansion, MMI CEO Jacob Prak said, “This expansion is in response to the growing demand for our products and services, both domestically and globally. The additional space will enable us to meet our customers’ needs by allowing for the installation of new machinery, increasing our warehouse storage capacity and adding workspace for our personnel.”
Founded in 1991, Michigan Manufacturing International (MMI) specializes in supplying manufactured to print assemblies and components to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Products include assemblies, castings, stampings, machined parts, gears, bearings and more. Services include product engineering, manufacturing, inventory management and stocking programs—all designed to streamline client operations and increase profitability. With manufacturing facilities in Stevensville and Hosur, India, and supply chain management offices in China (3), India, South Korea and Vietnam, MMI can provide the most effective, highest quality mechanical product solutions the world has to offer.
For more information about MMI, visit http://www.michmfg.com or call 800-677-0504.
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