Snappy’s snaps back: Things looking up at Detroit Lakes plant
Posted on 5/12/2016.
It’s shaping up to be a good year at Snappy Air Distribution Products.
Assembly lines are humming in the 151,600-square-foot plant in the Detroit Lakes industrial park, and management is psyched up about the future.
A new union contract includes profit sharing, and plant manager Paul Kizewski says that will give a financial boost to the plant’s production workers, who make from $12 to $16.50 per hour. Another 15 employees work in the office.
“There’s a lot of skeptics, but I think next year when they find out how much they’re going to get paid, they will be very happy. We’re doing that well,” Kizewski said.