Warren’s Paslin Co. to Complete $45M Expansion to Manufacture Parts for Plymouth Township’s Rivian

The Paslin Co. in Warren, a provider of robotic assembly lines for Tier 1 suppliers and OEM automotive companies, is expanding through a $45 million project that is expected to create 200 new jobs over a three-year period.
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The Paslin Co. in Warren is expanding its 25411 Ryan Road location to prepare for a contract with Plymouth Township’s Rivian. // Photo courtesy of Paslin

The Paslin Co. in Warren, a provider of robotic assembly lines for Tier 1 suppliers and OEM automotive companies, is expanding through a $45 million project that is expected to create 200 new jobs over a three-year period.

The work will be completed in the company’s existing facility at 25411 Ryan Road in Warren and is not anticipated to require an expansion of the building.

The company started as a stamping facility in 1937 and recently received a contract with Plymouth Township-based electric vehicle manufacturer Rivian to supply vehicle assembly systems and battery frame assembly systems. Paslin will make investments into electric vehicle-specific machinery and equipment.

“Paslin’s continued expansion in Michigan means good jobs for our residents and further solidifies our state’s continued leadership in driving future transportation solutions,” says Jeff Mason, CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corp. “We’re pleased to work with our local partners and support this investment, and we look forward to working with the company as it continues to grow and add jobs in Michigan.”

The Michigan Strategic Fund of the Michigan Economic Development Corp. approved a $1 million Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant in support of the project on Friday. The city of Warren has offered a combination of expedited permitting, a video, and a job fair in support of the project.

“We are very pleased that Rivian has chosen Paslin and Macomb County for this important and exciting project,” says Vicky Rad, director of planning and economic development for Macomb County. “This region’s talented workforce and our history of design and innovation will surely be an asset to them as they move forward with the production of their new electric vehicle.”

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