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Green-tech ElectroJet seeks 3-5 engineers

ElectroJet has a key partnership in the bag and is gearing up to capitalize on that with some new hires.

The Brighton-based, green-tech startup formed a partnership with Fiat this spring, providing a shot in the arm for the scalability of its principal product, a small engine control that improves fossil fuel efficiency and reduces pollution. The 7-year-old firm  employs five people and has 3-5 open engineering positions right now.

"There will be a lot of growth," says Kyle Schwulst, president and CEO of ElectroJet. "We're looking for good people."

ElectroJet, a member of Automation Alley, is cash-flow positive and expects to be in the black by next year with the help of Michigan's 21st Century Jobs Fund. It plans to break into new markets, such as North America and find new customers in the defense sector.

Source: Kyle Schwulst, president and CEO of ElectroJet
Writer: Jon Zemke

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  • ElectroJet
    7717 Lochlin Dr
    Brighton, MI 48116 Website
    ElectroJet engineers, designs and manufactures advanced small-engine fuel injection systems for OEMs.