Michigan Company Moving Manufacturing From Mexico To Schoolcraft
By: Mike Stiles - Thursday, April 20, 2023

(photo courtesy of C2Dx)

(LANSING) – A business expansion project will bring jobs from Mexico to Kalamazoo County.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer along with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced Thursday that C2Dx, with headquarters in Schoolcraft and home to 19 employees, will relocate manufacturing machinery and equipment that is currently in Mexico to the Schoolcraft location. The project is expected to generate a total capital investment of $998,500 and create 35 high-wage jobs, supported by a $300,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.

C2Dx, which manufactures and sells innovative, best-in-class medical devices that are used in emergency and surgical situations, chose Michigan over competing sites in Tennessee and elsewhere in Mexico.

C2Dx Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Brant says they are excited to be able to continue to bring jobs to Michigan and grow the medical device industry locally. As a fast-growing business that has manufacturing, distribution, customer service and direct sales, Brant says they offer a variety of career opportunities to the community.

C2Dx supports the personal growth of its employees by offering training and professional programs and promotions from within whenever possible. The company also offers full benefits, volunteer days, performance-based bonuses, and more, all within an engaging culture.


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