A metal fabricator in Holland is adding 52,000 square feet to an existing facility in a move that will create 15 jobs.
Holland Charter Township-based Impact Fab is investing $4.6 million into a 52,000-square-foot expansion of its existing facility in the township, according to Lakeshore Advantage on Friday, April 8. The economic development agency connected the company with local resources to make the expansion possible.
With roots dating to 1994, Impact Fab is a full-service custom metal fabricator that specializes in short-run productions, machine building and part prototyping services.
“Impact Fab is a great example of a company that is utilizing Industry 4.0 efforts to maximize (return on investment),” said Jennifer Owens, Lakeshore Advantage president. “This expansion will allow Impact Fab to continue increasing efficiency for their highly skilled workforce. Impact Fab is another great example of a local company diversifying to remain future-focused and strong.”
The expansion adds 52,000 square feet to the company’s facility in the Holland Charter Township and will create 15 jobs, Impact Fab said.
“We are proud to be expanding our manufacturing and warehousing operations in Holland Charter Township and look forward to keeping and increasing the number of highly paid, skilled trade jobs we offer,” said Ross Haan, Impact Fab president.
Holland Charter Township is supporting the project in the form of a 12-year industrial facilities tax exemption that was approved Thursday, April 7.