Cutting Edge Mfg. Moving to Fremont, Ohio; Creating Over $400k in Capital Expenditures
Sandusky County Economic Development Corporation
Fremont, Ohio – Cutting Edge Manufacturing has announced an expansion into their new facility in Sandusky Township – Fremont, Ohio retaining 10 employees and creating 1 new full-time position. With over $400K in new capital expenditures, Cutting Edge Manufacturing purchased an existing building in Fremont, Ohio along with a new CNC machine in 2019. “With our team’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction we have seen steady growth in revenue as well as new customers” stated Scott Lang, President of Cutting Edge Manufacturing. “Our team is very excited about the move to our new facility which gives us additional room for expansion and additional machinery which we will take advantage of immediately”.
By moving into their new location located at 220 Sullivan Road, Cutting Edge Manufacturing was able to expand from 6,125sf to 17,000sf at their new location, allowing Cutting Edge the room needed to continue to grow their business while staying in close proximity to their current customers. Sandusky County Commissioner President, Kay Reiter stated “The County Commissioners are pleased to hear that Cutting Edge Manufacturing was able to find a location within the county, making it convenient for their customers. We wish them the very best as they continue to grow”.
An official ribbon cutting will be held by the Sandusky County Chamber of Commerce at Cutting Edge Manufacturing on March 23rd 2020 at 9:00a.m.
About the SCEDC: The Sandusky County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) is a non-profit organization that focuses on workforce development, business retention and expansion, and business recruitment for Sandusky County.
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