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SW North America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH, headquartered in Schramberg-Waldmössingen, Germany, celebrated the opening of its new 40,000 square foot, $12 million manufacturing facility in New Hudson, MI, in November.

In attendance were managing directors from Germany, local and county officials, and invited suppliers and customers.

SW North America, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of high-precision multi-spindle horizontal machining centers and manufacturing systems for the metalworking industry. The company specializes in providing manufacturing solutions for machining mid- to high-volume, prismatic components using four- and five-axis multi-spindle technologies.

“Our New Hudson manufacturing facility allows SW North America, Inc. to expand its foothold in the growing automotive market while increasing its customer base in the industrial, aerospace and defense, alternative energy, transportation, consumer products, and medical sectors,” said James Campbell, president/CSO, SW North America.

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Mark Reichenbacher, president/CEO, SW North America, added that the company will employ 50 people at the new facility.

The company previously operated a small office in Canton, Mich. Other manufacturing facilities are located in Germany, China, and Mexico. Company officials stated expansion for added manufacturing activity at the New Hudson facility can be expected to begin as early as next year.

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