Specialty Manufacturer Relocates Michigan HQ - Sachse Construction
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Specialty Manufacturer Relocates Michigan HQ

Exotic Automation & Supply reports it has relocated its headquarters and ParkerStore from Farmington Hills, MI to newly constructed space in New Hudson, MI.

The 135,000-square-foot facility is located at 53500 Grand River Ave. A total of 35,000 square feet of the new facility is dedicated to office space and the remaining 100,000 square feet is designated for manufacturing and warehouse workspaces.

The relocation to the new facility establishes the potential for future growth and expansion for the Parker Hannifin distributor. The specialty manufacturing firm serves multiple industrial sectors that require automation, motion control, material handling, gasket and sealing solutions.

The facility features a state-of-the-art training room, which will offer customers free training and development courses ranging from hose crimping techniques to cylinder sizing basics. The Parker Hose & Fitting Store features custom made hose assemblies, couplings, fittings and more for hydraulic, pneumatic, industrial and mobile applications.

“New Hudson was an easy choice for our location. We remain close to our customer base and the location right off I-96 provides quick access for our customers and direct routes to our other 9 Michigan locations,” Tom Marino, president said.

Exotic has 12 retail store locations throughout Michigan and Indiana including a recently opened ParkerStore in Livonia to accommodate customers in the Wayne County area.

“When we made the decision to relocate to New Hudson, we knew a ParkerStore in Wayne County was a must to ensure our mission of always being right where our customers need us,” Steve Orlando, VP of sales and marketing said. “Our network of ParkerStores and 24/7 mobile support representatives throughout Michigan and Indiana is unparalleled and allows us to provide customers with exceptional service and product solutions.”

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