Two Italian companies have selected Lansing as the base of their North American operations, creating up to 60 jobs within the next three years.
SAET, a Turin, Italy-based manufacturer of induction heat treating equipment, will locate a sales and service office in Lansing, while the Italian communications firm SATIZ plans to bring their technical publishing office to the region.
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership is working with the two companies to find space for their operations.
According to excerpts from the article:
"Bernero sold Lansing as a medium-sized, manageable city with a small, yet globally connected airport. He touted Michigan State University's resources and the close driving distance to Chicago and Detroit."
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