Indianapolis, Ind., – Echo Engineering is investing $2.4 million into 60+ full-time jobs with additional real estate and automated manufacturing equipment in the recently acquired plastic injection molding facilities in Michigan.
The two facilities, located in Monroe and Frenchtown Township, are expected to grow by 30% in the next year with the support of Echo’s investment and a $210,000 performance-based grant received from the Michigan Business Development Program.
The investment focuses on providing additional operations capacity including injection molding machines with automated robotics, increasing warehouse facility capacity, and growing teams to support the daily operations at the Michigan locations.
Echo Engineering acquired Ammex Plastics in October 2017 to create additional manufacturing capabilities to its customers. The full-service plastic components manufacturer primarily supports the automotive industry for custom plastic component technologies including clips, mounts, and fittings for fluid routing, fastening, and suspension systems.
The Michigan Business Development Program is part of an incentive program from the Michigan Strategic Fund, and is in cooperation with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. This program supports local businesses, including manufacturing facilities, by pushing for growth within the state in hopes of creating job opportunities.
Echo Engineering and Production Supplies, Inc. is a design and engineering business that develops and manufactures direct and indirect product. Echo’s Core Solution delivers risk reduction, product development speed, and ultimately a responsive commitment to customers’ design & engineering process, supply chain capacity, and manufacturing process.
Core Product Technologies are focused on Sealing, Connecting, NVH, Fastening, and other customer focused products. Echo is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN with additional locations in Monroe, MI; Milpitas, CA; Shanghai, China; and Guadalajara, Mexico.