Butzel applauds World Economic Forum’s new US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing in Michigan
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel is celebrating the news that Industry 4.0 knowledge center Automation Alley, in partnership with the World Economic Forum, has launched the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing. Notably, Butzel is a founding member of Automation Alley.
Speaking on behalf of Butzel and our longstanding relationship with Automation Alley, attorney Robert H. Schwartz said: “Michigan is a manufacturing industry leader and increasingly a center for manufacturing innovation at least, in substantial part, arising out of the work of Automation Alley. The addition of the collaboration with the World Economic Forum through The US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing in our state is a further enhancement of and a recognition of the leadership Automation Alley provides. The World Economic Forum and Automation Alley have partnered with Oakland County and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to bring the Centre into fruition. The Centre will further enhance the reputation of the region and the United States as key players in the global network that manufacturing has become. Butzel applauds the leadership of Automation Alley, Oakland County and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation in making the Centre a reality.”