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Headed for Hudson: Manufacturer Relocates to Southern NH

A Massachusetts electronics manufacturer has relocated its East Coast operations to southern New Hampshire and plans to hire up to 15 employees this year.

Rapid Manufacturing

Plans to hire 15 this year

Rapid Manufacturing, a family-owned global electronics manufacturing company based in Anaheim, Calif., moved from Tewksbury, Mass., to Hudson, where it purchased a 37,000-square-foot manufacturing space.

The company specializes in electronic custom-designed wire and cable harnesses, electro-mechanical and box build assemblies for OEMs. The Hudson facility makes prototypes and fills low volume orders for East Coast customers.

“The reasons we relocated to New Hampshire are because of the close proximity to our customer base, low taxes and we found a quality building we could purchase,” said Operations Manager Doug Lang. “We plan to lease about half the building once we have completed our renovation next spring and hire up to 15 employees over the next year.”

Michael Bergeron, senior business development manager for the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development, said the move by Rapid Manufacturing “is another great example” of a family-owned business relocating to New Hampshire.

“By locating in southern New Hampshire, companies like Rapid Manufacturing can draw labor from the local market, as well as the Boston metro market,” he said.

For more information about the job openings, visit rapidmfg.com.

For information on the benefits of relocating to New Hampshire, contact Bergeron at 603-271-2591 or visit the nheconomy.com website.

Lorna Colquhoun
Communications Director
NH Division of Economic Development

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