Madsen Steel Wire Products Expands Bronson, Michigan, Operations
The investment includes the purchase of an existing facility that will allow the company to expand its manufacturing capabilities.
“Michigan has been an outstanding partner in growing USA Manufacturing by reinvesting in the local community. Madsen Steel Wire Products is excited to expand its manufacturing floor space [by] 100,000 square feet to handle our fast growth,” said Drew Greenblatt, president of Madsen Steel. “Bronson is an ideal community to raise a family and grow a business. We are enthusiastic about hiring local new teammates so we can build in Michigan and export our wire racks and grates and point of purchase display products all over the world.”
The project is being supported by a $552,000 Michigan Business Development Program (MBDP) performance-based grant. In addition the city of Bronson anticipates approval of a property tax abatement and is selling the adjacent property to the company for $1 per acre. The company will also utilize Michigan Works!
“We are thrilled to see Madsen Steel joining the Branch County community by investing in one of Bronson’s key industrial sites and creating new jobs,” noted Branch County Economic Growth Alliance Director Audrey Tappenden. “We look forward to celebrating their successes and continuing to partner with their thoughtful and responsive leadership team.”
Madsen Wire Products is a full service custom wire manufacturer producing custom fabricated wire products for clients in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company offers straight and cut-off wire services along with wire forming, welding and finishing with powder coating or plating.
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