Yale business to expand with help from state


A Yale manufacturer is expanding with the help of a $156,000 state grant. Redall Industries in Yale is expected to add 34 new jobs to expand into the alternative energy industry. The company was formed in 1945 and is the is the largest employer in Yale. Redall Industries currently makes metal stampings for the automotive industry and employs 88 people. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation also announced a similar grant for a Berrien Springs company, creating up to 50 jobs. The new expansions are expected to have $1.4 million in capital investments.