More jobs for Lansing

November 9, 2012 by  

Apex Precision Solutions, Inc., has moved into Vevay Township, which lies about 17 miles from Lansing, Michigan, and is bringing from 25 to 35 new jobs with it. The aerospace company made the announcement November 1, and Apex will develop the new jobs over the coming 24 months.

Apex manufactures precision “high quality machined parts” for companies in the aerospace industry, as well as those in supporting fields. The company was founded by executives experienced in producing medical devices and moved into aerospace with an understanding of the precision needed to produce machine parts to exacting specifications.

The company was able to expand into the Lansing area thanks to resources provided by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., the Lansing Regional SmartZone, the Small Business Technology Development Center, and the Lansing Economic Area Partnership.

Matthew Rudd, CEO of Apex, feels that the company has a strong future and is very appreciative of the economic assistance these organizations provided to help Apex reach its goals.

Tom Donaldson, who is Regional Director of the Michigan Small Business Technology Development Center agreed, noting that Apex’s managers have a strong background and a great talent for precision manufacturing – so much so that they could have located Apex anywhere and made it a success. He is very grateful that they chose Lansing for their enterprise.

Apex might want to have brochures printed that explain the company’s methodology and products, since it appears to be a specialized concern. The company could also have flyers printed announcing the fact that it is looking for qualified workers.

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