ZAF Energy to triple workforce after investment by Michigan company
Joplin-based ZAF Energy Systems has received an investment that will allow the company to significantly increase its workforce and production of batteries.
Randy Moore, president and CEO of ZAF, declined to disclose the amount invested but told Jordan Larimore of the Joplin Globe that it was a “seven-figure number.”
The investment comes from Wirtz Manufacturing, a Port Huron, Michigan, maker of technology for the lead acid battery market.
The Wirtz Group of Companies, which include . . .
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