Xerox, 3-D Printing Firm Opens Office in Downtown Detroit


Michigan Office Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox Co., today announced the opening of its new downtown Detroit location at 1001 Woodward Ave., near Campus Martius Park.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Detroit’s remarkable resurgence, (and are) honored and excited to contribute to the downtown movement,” says Ralph Slider, president of the Grand Rapids-based company that employs more than 265 people across Michigan. “Our new downtown Detroit office will not only positively contribute to the dynamic transformation of Detroit, it will allow us to service the needs of our current customers.”

Slider says the 4,374-square-foot office space can accommodate significant growth and includes a technology showcase area that will allow business clients to see Xerox technology and 3-D printing technology in action.

In 2014, Michigan Office Solutions was named the official print services partner of the Detroit Red Wings.

“(Michigan Office Solutions is) the latest in a flood of businesses choosing to expand and grow in the nation’s most exciting and opportunity-filled urban corridor,” says Jim Ketai, CEO and managing partner of Bedrock Real Estate Services, which owns and manages the 1001 Woodward office and commercial building. “MOS team members will love working near Campus Martius Park and being surrounded by restaurants, retail, and downtown Detroit’s technology and entrepreneurial spirit.”

To celebrate the new location, Michigan Office Solutions will give away more than $50,000 in office technology equipment as part of its first ever “Make My NonProfit Run Better Contest.” The deadline to enter is Saturday.

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