Rolar Products Expands Operations with New Facility
Implementing High-Tech Equipment and Integrated Software Solutions
Muskegon, MI – Greater Muskegon Economic Development (GMED) is pleased to announce that Rolar Products, a leading provider of precision machined parts for the medical and aerospace industries, has expanded its operations and moved to a new facility at 2076 Northwoods Drive in Egelston Township. Rolar’s new 60,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility is more than three times the size of its former location and is a result of the company’s 200% growth in the last two years. The facility is equipped with the latest in machining technology, including multi-axis, Swiss-style machines to facilitate high-volume, tight-tolerance parts for the medical and aerospace industries, as well as all forms of industrial gears.
Rolar Products has also implemented an integrated software solution, Datanomix, to capture all machine data and productivity, allowing for real-time monitoring and production process analysis to improve efficiency and reduce downtime.
The expansion will not only increase production capacity, it will allow Rolar Products to diversify its product offerings and better serve customers. The company will also add 15 new jobs, providing a boost to the local economy. “We are thrilled to be able to expand our operations and provide even more high-quality products and services to our customers,” said President, Jack Russell. “The new facility, state-of-the-art equipment, and integrated software solution will enable us to take on even more challenging and complex projects, and we are also excited to be able to create new jobs for the community.”
“We are excited to welcome Rolar Products to Egelston Township,” said Egelston Township Supervisor John Holter. “This is an opportunity for more of our residents to benefit from high-quality employment close to where they live, and we look forward to working the company to ensure their continued success.”
“Rolar Products is focused on manufacturing high-quality parts and products using the latest technologies while fostering a culture of excellence for its employees,” said Marla Schneider, President/CEO of Greater Muskegon Economic Development. “Rolar’s decision to expand in Muskegon County is a testament to the talented workforce that supports our advanced manufacturing industry and the passion for continued company growth by Rolar’s leadership team.”