ANN ARBOR, MI—Güdel Inc. is spending $10 million to add 39,000 square feet of space to its U.S. office here. 

In addition to the building, numerous new jobs will be created. The hiring of new employees will take place over the next three years, ranging from engineers and project managers to welders, electricians, and machinists.

Based in Langenthal, Switzerland, Güdel makes gearboxes, linear guideways, gantry systems and linear tracks for six-axis robots. The company’s products are used in automotive, aerospace and other industries.

“We are actively expanding our capabilities and production capacity in the Americas,” says Armin Haller, CEO of the Güdel Group. “The Ann Arbor location has been a fantastic partner for our business with close access to the economic and human resources we need to grow and succeed.”