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Made and Distributed in Lansing

Advanced manufacturing has been a cornerstone of the Lansing regional economy for more than a century. Today we’re leveraging the labor skills and equipment of our extensive manufacturing companies to help an increasingly diverse range of industries become completive players in the dynamic international marketplace.

Just a day’s drive from half the population of the US and Canada, and within an hour and half of the state’s other largest metros, the advantages of having a business location in the Lansing area sets us apart. Lansing also provides a superior transportation network, a skilled and plentiful workforce, logistics-friendly infrastructure and the expertise of Michigan State University’s internationally known supply chain management program—ranked #1 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for both its undergrad and graduate programs.

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Keith Lambert
Chief Operating Officer

Existing Industry

1
General Motors (Grand River Assembly)
Manufacturing
Stamping
Production
1,793 Lansing employees
Automotive
2
Loc Performance Products, Inc.
Manufacturing
Millitary, Commercial Vehicles
3
Alliance Interiors, LLC
Manufacturing
100-249 Lansing employees
Automotive
4
Air Lift Company
Manufacturing
20-49 Lansing employees
Automotive
5
Buffalo Automotive Systems
R&D
2 Lansing employees
Automotive
6
Barnes Aerospace
Manufacturing
Aerospace
7
Faurecia Interior Systems, Inc.
Manufacturing
Automotive
8
Magna (Dexsys)
Manufacturing
100-249 Lansing employees
Automotive
9
Pratt & Whitney AutoAir, Inc.
Manufacturing
600 Lansing employees
Aerospace
10
The Woodbridge Group
Manufacturing
4 Lansing employees
Automotive
11
KIRCHHOFF Van-Rob, Inc.
Manufacturing
100-249 Lansing employees
Automotive
12
Two Men & A Truck International
HQ
53 Lansing employees
Commercial Services
13
Premier Thermal Solutions, LLC
Manufacturing
250 Lansing employees
Automotive, Steel
14
Magna Powertrain Lansing, LLC
Manufacturing
100-249 Lansing employees
Automotive
15
Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC
Manufacturing
HQ
670 Lansing employees
Automotive
16
Ultium Cells
1,700 Lansing employees
17
Android Industries
Manufacturing
170 Lansing employees
Automotive
18
Ryder Integrated Logistics, Inc.
3PL
100-249 Lansing employees
Automotive, Logistics
19
General Motors (Delta Assembly)
Manufacturing
Stamping
Production
2,637 Lansing employees
Automotive
20
Gestamp Mason, LLC
Manufacturing
489 Lansing employees
Automotive
21
Bekum America Corporation
Manufacturing
100-249 Lansing employees
Plastics
22
Meridian Magnesium Products of America, Inc.
Manufacturing
360 Lansing employees
Downstream Chemicals
23
Dowding Industries, Inc.
Manufacturing
180 Lansing employees
Automotive
24
MAHLE Engine Components USA, Inc.
Manufacturing
250-499 Lansing employees
Automotive
25
MS Precision Components LLC (MS Industries)
Sales
Engineering
Production
Service
170 Lansing employees
Automotive
26
SA Automotive, Ltd., LLC
Manufacturing
175 Lansing employees
Automotive
Showing all 26 locations

Supply Chain

$427 million

Contributed to Local Economy Through Supply Chain Segment

#1

Top Supply Chain Program in the US and Worldwide

Supply Chain Top Employers in the Lansing Region

Employer

# of Employees
Meijer 2,215
United States Postal Service 900
Ryder Logistics & Transportation 956
United Parcel Service of America 518
Capital Region International Airport 50
Canadian National 100
CSX 100
HSS Material Management Solutions 100

Advanced Manufacturing

Manufacturing to Lansing isn’t just building cars anymore. The Lansing region offers a large base of highly-skilled talent ready to bring their knowledge to your company.

Top Manufacturing Employers in the Lansing Region
Employer # of Employees
 General Motors  5,800
Peckham 1,400
Dart Container 1,200
Demmer Corporation 1,110
Spartan Motors 730
John Henry 609
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Local company, Niowave is leading the industry in particle acceleration and manufacturing radioisotopes. Many of their employees are former General Motors employees who have brought their skill set to a new industry.

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General Motors

Lansing is home to two of General Motors’ most technologically advanced assembly plants. The 2013 North American Car of the Year, the Cadillac CTS is built at the Grand River Assembly plant in Lansing.

Lansing Delta Township plant was the first assembly plant in the world—and one of just 350 buildings total—to earn gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®).

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Capital Area Manufacturing Council

The Capital Area Manufacturing Council is a regional skills alliance working on behalf of the manufacturing sector in the Capital region. CAMC is an executive level manufacturing community that works together to improve mid-Michigan’s manufacturing competitiveness by addressing and tackling common issues within the industry.