Michigan Manufacturing International (MMI), a broad line supplier of mechanical assemblies and components, held a grand opening at its new headquarters in Stevensville, Md., on November 21.
Senator Steve Hershey congratulated CEO Jacob Prak for being the first to open in the Matapeake Professional Park. The ribbon-cutting ceremony also included remarks by County Commissioner Phil Dumenil, Delegate Mike Smigiel, County Administrator Gregg Todd, Commissioner Bob Simmons, and Faith Elliott-Rossing, Economic Development Council Director.
Founded in 1991, Michigan Manufacturing International specializes in supplying manufactured to print assemblies and components to OEMs. Products include assemblies, castings, stampings, machined parts, gears, bearings and more. Services include product engineering, manufacturing, inventory management and stocking programs, all designed to streamline client operations and increase profitability.