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Medical-device parts maker to grow in Warsaw

A Michigan-based manufacturer is expanding to Warsaw.

Micro Machine will invest $2.6 million in new machinery over the next five years, the Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. announced today. The company, which launched production at 4310 Corridor Drive about three months ago, expects to grow to 60 employees within five years.

The Kalamazoo-based company supplies precision machined parts to the medical device industry. This is Micro Machine’s second location.

Tony DeHart, group manager of business development, praised the Warsaw workforce.

“Kosciusko County has the labor market that we need, and further expansion in this area is intended for the future,” he said in a written statement.

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