CADILLAC, MI—BorgWarner Thermal Systems Inc., a manufacturer of thermal technology for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles, is expanding its assembly plant here. The $11.2 million project is expected to create 30 jobs.
According to the Michigan Economic Development Corp., the expansion is being supported with a $225,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.
“I want to thank BorgWarner leadership for their continued investment in this plant and our people, as well as the MEDC and city of Cadillac for their support in growing our community,” says Hari Kumar, plant manager. “The Cadillac plant has more than 75 years of rich, automotive history, and I am excited and honored to lead the team into the electrification era.”
The company’s most recent product is a high-voltage coolant heater, which is used to manage cabin and battery temperatures in electric vehicles.