MFP Automation Engineering Open House

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MFP Automation Engineering
4404 Central Parkway
Hudsonville, MI
United States
MFP AUTOMATION ENGINEERING OPEN HOUSE FOR COMMUNITY MFP Automation Engineering to open doors of iconic cantilevered building to community HUDSONVILLE, MI – MFP Automation Engineering of Hudsonville, MI will be opening their doors to the community at their new home located at 4404 Central Parkway, Hudsonville, MI. The iconic cantilevered building is visible from I-196 in Hudsonville. The vacant iconic cantilevered office and warehouse building was once rented by Erector, LLC to bankrupt Lamar Construction Company. Betten Real Property, LLC purchased the building in February this year and is owned by Roger L. Betten, President of the operating company that is leasing the building. MFP Automation Engineering moved from their former residence of 24 years in Grandville to the new facility over the summer. The Open House takes place on Wednesday, August 19 from noon – 5 PM. The company will be offering food, information, and tours throughout the Wednesday Open House. MFP is eager to open the doors to the community and welcome anyone interested in the structure and company. Betten stated “We feel very strongly that this building is a part of the community’s landscape, so it only makes sense to open the doors during our Open House to the community that we are now calling home. The event will be an opportunity for our neighbors to get to know who we are, as well as provide MFP the opportunity to showcase our new capabilities and talents.” MFP Automation Engineering, formerly known as Michigan Fluid Power, was founded in 1991 and has grown to become one of the Top 30 fluid power distributors in the United States, representing worldwide leaders in motion control, automation, and fluid power including Parker Hannifin, Lincoln Lubrication, Ace Controls, and Sun Hydraulics. MFP also specializes in customized turn-key hydraulic systems, fluid power unit fabrication, and manifold production, as well as electro-mechanical automation. The company expects growth of 5-10% annually and continually seeks evolution in enhanced business solutions, and advanced product knowledge to support this growth. Additional information on MFP Automation Engineering can be found at “The event will be a fun and educational opportunity for all. I’ve been brushing up on my tour guide skills and I’m looking forward to personally giving tours of the new facility!” ###