Michigan Manufacturing International opens new headquarters

November 19, 2013 - 06:00pm

Michigan Manufacturing International (MMI), a supplier of mechanical assemblies and components, opened its  new headquarters in Stevensville, Md., on Thursday, Nov. 21. 

Senator Steve Hershey congratulated MMI's CEO Jacob Prak on the company being the first business to open in the new 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, director of the Economic Development Council. 


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