11/3/2016

ANCA Expands Michigan Plant by Half

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The grinding machine manufacturer serves its American, Mexican and Brazilian customers out of the facility.

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ANCA Inc. will be expanding its Wixom, Michigan, plant by half, adding inventory and spare parts warehouse capacity, installing a dedicated customer focus and training center, and doubling its machine demonstration area. The building expansion will total 11,793 square feet. It is scheduled for completion in Spring 2017.

ANCA Inc. is the North American branch of ANCA, a Melbourne, Australia-based designer and builder of advanced high-accuracy CNC grinding machines used to produce precision cutting tools for the automotive, medical, aerospace and general metalworking industries as well as turbine blades, orthopedic implants and power steering shafts. From its Michigan branch, the company also services Mexico and Brazil.

The addition will include an enhanced machine rebuild area and machine configuration area for preparing machines for customer delivery. The expansion will also add to ANCA’s spindle rebuild area and electrical repair facility, permitting the company to respond quickly to customer needs.

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