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Apparel

  • Apparel

    MSI has provided MDOC, 501(c)3 Organizations and State agencies with quality products and services for over 50 years.  MSI garment operations manufacture MDOC uniforms, prisoner clothing and a variety of other products. The range of its capabilities includes safety apparel, coats, jackets; jumpsuits; coveralls; overalls; rainwear; ballistic/tactical, and maintenance apparel; county jail clothing; pajamas; healthcare scrubs; uniform shirts and trousers, and t-shirts.  Additionally, the garment operations produce briefcases; duffle bags; ERT team bags; robotic arm covers; infant supplies; embroidery and American flags. 

    (Right:)  Governor Gretchen Whitmer and MDOT employees examine a local bridge wearing MSI Safety Surveyor Vests. 


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Chippewa Garment Operations

Chippewa Garment

  • Chippewa Garment

    Through employment with MSI, prisoners at the Chippewa Garment Factory develop both hard (industry-specific) and soft (social) skills, preparing them for employment after incarceration.

    Soft Skills:  Decision Making, Communication, Teamwork, Reliability, Accountability, Punctuality, Adaptability, Listening, Literacy/Numeracy.
    Hard Skills: Machine Operation, Machine Maintenance & Repair, Shipping & Receiving, Office Clerk, Quality Assurance, Order Fulfillment, Sewing Machine Operation, Pattern Makers, Inventory Control, Embroidery.  

    • We instill and promote a positive work ethic.
    • We provide opportunities for prisoners to learn marketable skills and gain from experience.
    • We contribute to the economic self-sufficiency of working prisoners and their families