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Applications still being accepted for Keihin plant which nears completion



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January 16, 2008
CAPAC — As major construction work nears completion at the Keihin Michigan Manufacturing plant, crews have begun to move in and assemble the plant's first machines.

Last week, Keihin received delivery of its first injector base assembly line from Dane Systems, L.L.C. and a molding machine from Ube Equipment, plant manager Kevin Mitchell said.

The second molding machine will arrive next week.

"Our front offices are on schedule to be completed by the end of January," Mitchell said.

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Employees with Dane Systems, L.L.C set up new injector base assembly line Monday at the Keihin Michigan Manufacturing plant. photo by Maria Brown.
"On the floor side, we should be done by the end of next week."

Mitchell said they've been very pleased with the work done by their vendors including Maryland Electric, DTE Energy and Eagen Drywall.

"It's just the little stuff now that the big stuff is done," Mitchell said while walking through the office and break room space.

Keihin is a major supplier of HVAC and intake manifolds for Honda vehicles.

They are still accepting applications for general laborers, quality maintenance and shipping/receiving, material analyst/production controller, coordinator/supervisor associates through local Michigan WORKS! offices. Interested applicants must register with Michigan WORKS! first.

Other job openings, including engineering positions are still posted on their Web site, www.kmm-llc.com.

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