Premier Tool and Die will add 60 jobs in Berrien Springs
Assembly operations such as this cell show Premier’s capabilities as a one stop shop. This cell assembles five components, and is the third of four assembly operations. Image courtesy of Premier Tool and Die
Grow Michigan has provided Premier Tool and Die in Berrien County with financing that will help it grow and add 60 jobs to its current 150-employee workforce. The program provides collateral and capital financing support for companies with 500 or fewer employees to stimulate private-sector capital investment.
Grow Michigan is a partnership between investor banks and the Michigan Strategic Fund.
According to the Premier Tool and Die website, the tool and die maker uses specialty alloys to serve many industries, including second-tier automotive, heavy truck, agriculture, appliance, military, homeowner equipment and telecommunications industries. The Berrien Springs company uses the latest tooling and die casting technology advances to help develop supplier relationships.