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Anca, Inc., a machine tool builder, recently celebrated with a ribbon cutting at their Wixom Facility. The company expanded their facility by 50%, adding a dedicated customer focus and training center, and doubling its machine demonstration area. The event is captured in the video below.
Anca, Inc., president, Russell Riddiford hosted representatives from the company's Melbourne, Austrailia headquarters, as well as many other visitors, including some local dignitaries.
*Schonscheck, Inc., also a Wixom company, was contracted for the expansion.
Ford Wixom Plant Property Sold
The former Ford Wixom Plant property has been sold to a new owner, Industrial Commercial Properties (ICP) of Solon, OH. ICP owns/has redeveloped other former automotive properties in multiple states, including here in Oakland County. They have indicated a desire to bring outstanding commercial and industrial uses forward for the property and we look forward to working together with ICP to transform this long vacant industrial space in Wixom.
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Duluth Trading Company to Open Wixom Store on November 30
Posted to www.crainsdetroit.com November 14, 2017
by Kurt Nagl
Duluth Trading Co. is expanding its Michigan footprint with a new store in Grandville, opening Thursday, and one in Wixom opening Nov. 30.
Duluth Trading Co. is expanding its Michigan presence with a location opening near Grand Rapids on Thursday and a Wixom store scheduled to open Nov. 30.
Yes, ax-wielding lumberjacks will take part in both grand openings.
The Wisconsin-based retailer — known not only for its workwear and other apparel but its humorous commercials — entered the Michigan market in April with a store in Macomb County. The new store will be decked out with all the holiday trimmings, said Holly Dugan, a public relations representative for the company.
The Wixom location at 10900 Assembly Park Drive is 16,237 square feet. Cost of construction was not disclosed.
The store will employ 35-40 workers, a half-dozen of whom will be full time.
The general contractor on the project is Troy-based C.E. Gleeson Constructors Inc. and the designer is Interwork Architects Inc., based in Illinois.
A ribbon-cutting is scheduled for 9 a.m. Nov. 30; lumberjack shows are set for noon and 3 p.m.
The store in Grandville is about the same size and will also have a ribbon cutting at 9 a.m. Thursday with lumberjack shows at noon and 3 p.m.