The Post-Journal reports company officials remain committed to keeping the production operation in place and have said that critical functions that support the day-to-day oversight of the Falconer location, as well as plants in Pennsylvania, will remain in Falconer.
The add that the positions tied to “global growth and strategic initiatives” will be based at the new headquarters in Michigan once it is built.
Truck-Lite also said that recent reports that dozens of corporate jobs would be moved to Michigan while others would be shifted to Pittsburgh were not accurate.
Last week it was announced that Truck-Lite planned to build a new $4 million headquarters in Southfield, Michigan.
The company makes heavy-duty lighting for trucks and other vehicles.