Auburn city officials announced Thursday that a plastics manufacturer will create 120 jobs in Auburn Technology Park North.
Revere Plastics Systems, which produces plastic injection-molded parts and assemblies, is establishing its first plant in the Southeast and seventh site in North America.
The Auburn site will target the automotive, outdoor power equipment, medical, HVAC and other end markets, according to a city news release.
“We are pleased to welcome Revere Plastics Systems into Auburn’s industrial family,” Auburn Mayor Ron Anders stated in the news release. “Their timing couldn’t be better for our community as this technology- based,value-added company prepares to provide jobs locally.”
Revere is based in Novi, Mich., and has more than 50 years of experience in plastics and manufacturing.
“Revere is thrilled with the location and growth opportunity that our Auburn facility offers,” said Glen Fish, CEO of Revere. “The active transfer of new business in our first weeks of operation is already encouraging, and we are proud of the exceptional team in place that significantly advances Revere’s expansion plan.”
Revere will take over the site that formerly operated under the names Weidmann and Techniplas in the tech park. The facility has been used since 2004 as an injection-molding operation.
For information, visit rpsystems.com or call the City of Auburn Economic Development Office at 334-501-7270.
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