DETROIT--()--Detroit Manufacturing Systems (DMS) today announced that it has hired 180 new hourly employees and added a third shift at its automotive component manufacturing and assembly plant in the Gateway Center in the City of Detroit. DMS now employs more than 400 salaried and hourly workers in Detroit.
“We made commitments to our customer and our community and we’re delivering on our promises.”
The new employees are represented by UAW, Local 600 and were primarily identified through the Michigan Works Association.
DMS, the largest Native American-owned supplier in the automotive industry, is a joint venture between Rush Group Ltd. LLC and Faurecia. Founded in June 2012, DMS produces automotive interior assemblies for its inaugural customer, Ford Motor Company.
“The entire DMS team has worked miracles to go from a signed agreement to a third shift within seven months,” said President & CEO Andra Rush. “We made commitments to our customer and our community and we’re delivering on our promises.”
DMS continues to hire for salaried and hourly positions. For more information, visit www.dms-na.com/careers.
About Detroit Manufacturing Systems:
Detroit Manufacturing Systems (DMS) was founded in June 2012 as a joint venture between Rush Group Ltd, LLC. and Faurecia. A woman-owned business, DMS develops state-of-the-art automotive interior systems, utilizing the latest technology to assemble and manufacture injection molded interior trim components for global automotive brands with a commitment to quality and efficiency. The company is located in the Gateway Industrial Center in Detroit and is the largest Native American-owned supplier in the automotive industry. For more information, visit www.DMS-NA.com.