Thursday, 23 September 2021 14:03

Rivian to Establish Service Support Operations at Plymouth, MI, Facility, Creating 100 High-Wage Jobs


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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer joined the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) on Sept. 23 to announce Rivian, a manufacturer of all-electric adventure vehicles, is establishing its new Rivian Service Support Operations facility in Plymouth, MI, creating 100 new high-wage jobs and investing $4.6 million into the Plymouth facilities with support from the Michigan Strategic Fund. 

This announcement comes on the heels of Whitmer launching the MI New Economy plan the same week, as well as various electrification announcements that demonstrate Michigan continues to be the epicenter of future mobility and electrification solutions. 


"This investment by Rivian will create 100 high-skill jobs as we work to grow Michigan's economy, create good-paying jobs and build the industries of the future," said Whitmer. "This state-of-the-art facility reinforces our reputation as a leader in both customer service and the future of mobility and electrification. We're excited to welcome Rivian's new service support operations to Michigan and look forward to working together to grow and add jobs for Michigan residents in the future." 


Rivian is experiencing significant growth and plans to support all Rivian owners out of the new Service Support Operations Center at its offices in Plymouth Charter Township. The state-of-the-art, highly technical service support operations center includes a $4.6 million investment into the Plymouth facilities, and the center will create 100 new high-wage jobs for both business-to-business and business-to-consumer service.


The facility will provide around-the-clock assistance by the Rivian Roadside and Service Support team to North American Rivian owners with vehicle questions, roadside requests and service scheduling needs.  


As a result of the total capital investment and job creation, the company has been awarded a $750,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant. Michigan was chosen for the project over competing sites in other states. 


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