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C2Dx Onshores-Expands Schoolcraft, Michigan, Operations

C2Dx, Inc., a company that manufactures and sells innovative, best-in-class medical devices that are used in emergency and surgical situations, plans to onshore production from Mexico and install manufacturing machinery and equipment at its facility in Schoolcraft, Michigan. The $998,500 project is expected to create 35 jobs.

The project is being supported by a $300,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.

“C2Dx is excited to be able to continue to bring jobs to Michigan and grow the medical device industry locally,” said C2Dx Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Brant. “As a fast-growing business that has manufacturing, distribution, customer service, and direct sales, we offer a variety of career opportunities to the community. We are proud to continue to support our customers, patients and surgeons, from Kalamazoo. Thank you to MEDC and Southwest Michigan First for all of your support.”

C2Dx is a medical device company that acquires and invests in underserved products. Founded in 2019 the company is committed to providing leading medical products and superior customer service while continually evolving to ensure that healthcare providers have the devices and technology they need.

“Southwest Michigan First is excited to see C2Dx acquire a new product line, growing their innovative portfolio of manufactured medical devices,” said Southwest Michigan First CEO Jonas Peterson. “This million-dollar investment will help create up to 35 new jobs, deepening our region’s rich life science legacy. We are grateful for our partners at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the village of Schoolcraft for their support of this project and we look forward to supporting C2Dx as they continue to thrive in Southwest Michigan.”

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