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Doing Business in Hudson

The Industrial Park has lots available for development

Presently at the Industrial Park

   Hi-Lex Controls  -  Tier I Automotive Supplier of Mechanical Control Cables, Window Regulators, & Door Modules and Power Closure products        facebook.com/hilexcontrolsinc/

   MGC Real Estate LLC  - Custom Hand Guns and parts

   Aerospace Services & Products  - Processing of Wheels and Brakes and Inflatable Survival Equipment      asapi.us.com

 

   Malabar Manufacturing  -  Machine Shop Specializing in turned parts machining.  Full service shop has extensive screw machining capabilities and a state of the art CNC mill and lathe department.      malabarmfg.com

   Paschal Burial Vaults has two locations one at the Park and one on School Street  -  Burial vaults, cremations and monuments

   KECY Metal Technologies  - Precision metal stamping companies, utilizing advanced manufacturing, robotics, automation, and die-making equipment.     linkedin.com/company/kecy-metal-technologies

Just outside the Industrial Park

   Rima Manufacturing  -  Machining precision metal components for the automotive industry includes critical systems ranging from transmission, to air conditioning, to fuel and brake applications.   rimamfg.com

   Alpine Manufacturing -  Screw Machine Shop     alpineindustrialmfg.com

   

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Industrial Park

The Hudson Industrial Park is located on 150 acres of land at the southeast corner of M-34 and S. Munson Highway at the southeast corner of the City.  The Park is home to several manufacturers, including the City’s largest current employer, Hi-Lex Controls, Inc. 

 

The Industrial Park is accessed exclusively via Class A all-season roads.  The major street within the Park, Steger Industrial Drive, was completed in 2013.  The development of the Industrial Park also saw the installation of all infrastructure needed for prospective manufacturing tenants, including storm and sanitary sewers, fire main, a retention pond and a 500,000 gallon water storage tank. 

 

In 2010, the facility received its State designation as a Michigan Certified Business Park, signifying meeting all of the highest standards required by the State and the Michigan Economic Developers Corporation (MEDC).  

City of

Hudson, Michigan

Small town, big heart

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