Eberspaecher North America, a Tier 1 automotive exhaust system supplier, today announced that construction is underway on Phase 1 of a 38,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Brighton, Michigan – the company’s first plant in North America.

Located on a 10 acre site in the Paramount industrial park, the new facility is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2002 and producing exhaust systems and components for automotive OEM customers by first quarter 2004.

In anticipation of increased customer demand, a city-approved Phase 2 expansion plan will allow for an additional 20,000 square feet of manufacturing space in subsequent months.

The new facility is anticipated to create approximately 40 new jobs within the first two years.

The City of Brighton, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and a local developer – Corrigan Development – partnered to finance and build new infrastructure costing more than $1 million to support the project.

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The partnership includes a $US420,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the State of Michigan to the City of Brighton that is being used to finance 75% of the combined costs for the infrastructure development.