Keihin building Keihin Michigan Manuf...

Keihin building Keihin Michigan Manufacturing

There are 103 comments on the ABC12.com story from Jul 20, 2007, titled Keihin building Keihin Michigan Manufacturing. In it, ABC12.com reports that:

“Honda has never had a presence in Michigan, never. This is a main Honda supplier.”

There is a bright spot in Michigan's bleak employment picture, as ground has been broken on a new manufacturing plant, bringing more than 200 jobs to Mid-Michigan. Michigan has the highest unemployment rate in ... via ABC12.com

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Yuko Ito

Newport, MI

#1 Jul 31, 2007
Hello
My name is Yuko. I'm Japanese.
I'm living near Capac MI.
I'm looking for a job now.
Do you need Japanese?
I can help you.

Thank you
Yuko
Jack Noble

AOL

#2 Aug 14, 2007
Hello Yuko,

I am glad to hear new jobs in Capac. That is great. Yes, I would like to work for you very much. Not too far from my home only few min. I worked for Ford Motor Co. for 32 years from Sept 14, 1972 to Nov 1, 2005. My e-mail address is [email protected] Hope see you soon! Jack
Debbie

Three Rivers, MI

#3 Aug 25, 2007
I am looking for employment at the new Keihin plant opening up in Capac in 2008. Anybody that knows how I could get my hands on an application can e-mail me @ [email protected]
Thanks!
TLK

United States

#4 Sep 2, 2007
Debbie

If you go to www.kkm-llc.com it explains the hiring process and about job openings.
cbg

United States

#6 Sep 4, 2007
TLK wrote:
Debbie
If you go to www.kkm-llc.com it explains the hiring process and about job openings.
This link or that website do not exist.
irodethebus

United States

#7 Sep 5, 2007
If you are having problems, please contact the Capac Village office, and someone there will be able to give you the correct web site.
Yada

United States

#8 Sep 5, 2007
www.kmm-llc.com

Contact Michigan Works for hourly positions

Salary poisitions will soon be posted on Monster.com

All other employment related questions can be sent to [email protected]
Nick Sterritt

United States

#9 Sep 10, 2007
I've just recently graduated college with a criminal justice degree and am looking for employment in security administration.
Carl

United States

#10 Sep 11, 2007
Where do you go(Michworks website) or who do you go see in their office about Keihin employment.
Bob

United States

#12 Sep 18, 2007
The address posted [email protected] came back as undeliverable.
Anonymous

United States

#13 Sep 18, 2007
LOL, looks like fact checker better check her facts.
Snooky_Almont

Clarklake, MI

#14 Sep 27, 2007
My husband is looking for work too, isn't everyone? Has anybody found out a correct place, website or person who to contact for applicacation for hourly work?
Thanks,
Snooky
Interested

Port Huron, MI

#15 Sep 27, 2007
The facts are right and it is the right email address listed on their website. The salaried positions are listed on their site and on Monster already. The applications for hourly positions aren't suppose to be up until October.
heretolisten

United States

#16 Sep 27, 2007
I understand the company will open a business in the north end of downtown Capac, and will be taking applications. Will try to find out more information.
lopec _Almont

AOL

#17 Sep 27, 2007
please send me the opening day for applications
SJC

United States

#18 Sep 30, 2007
I'm from Brown City looking for a job after being layoff when our plant went to Mexico. What I find funny is that there isn't any other people from Capac, Yale, Brown City, Melvin, Imlay City and other close towns. Asking questions is there something they know that we don't?
Annoyed

Port Huron, MI

#20 Oct 1, 2007
Just so the conspiracy theory members of this forum don't get all bent out of shape...there are other people employed there that are not connected to the council or police chief.
emptywallet

United States

#21 Oct 2, 2007
Many, many people in Capac lost everything in order to put in the water line that allowed this company to come in. Many more have had to give up so much to provide this company with water and with a twelve year, obsene tax abatement. The least they could do is hire the people who are footing their bill.
Oh Please

Port Huron, MI

#22 Oct 2, 2007
The people in Capac need to get their financial lives in line if an increase in their water bill is enough to put them in the poor house. They should be thankful that a company that size would even consider coming there considering the always ongoing drama.
disagree

Fenton, MI

#23 Oct 2, 2007
This company got one heck of a deal, what they got is unheard of.They would have been stupid to go somewhere else. People in Capac got more than a little increase in their water bills, they got a mammoth hike in water, sewer and fees. Given, for many it was the straw that broke the camel's back, it still was and is a terrible hardship on the people here. Record numbers of people are having their water shut off. Record numbers have lost their homes since the hike. The people here should have first choice at those jobs.

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