Repair shop wants to buy vacant GM building

December 3, 2008
A building abandoned by General Motors Corp. as it moved its once-extensive operations out of Anderson might be bought by an Anderson company that serves medical and aerospace companies.

Hy-Tech Machining Systems LLC has agreed to buy the 240,000-square-foot Plant 18 for $425,000 - half the original asking price of $850,000, according to The Herald Bulletin of Anderson.

The Detroit automaker must approve the deal, which is being handled by the Anderson Redevelopment Commission.

Hy-Tech plans to hire 50 to 100 workers in addition to the 10 currently employed.

The company offers design, repair, programming and maintenance, and now has developed a precision-grinding machine that it intends to manufacture.

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