Several businesses that began in the Superior Business Center have graduated and relocated to become successful companies. Their growth has added to the employment and economic health of the region.

Showcase Successes

Exodus Machines began leasing space at the Superior Business Center in May 2008. One year later, Exodus Machines they graduatedout of the SBC into its new 32,000 square foot facility located on Connors Point. The building includes a stateof-the-art fabrication area, large assembly area with multiple overhead cranes, and administrative offices. Exodus Machines manufactures and sells heavy loading equipment primarily for the scrap steel industry.Thirty new full-time jobs within 3 years (up to 78 jobs in 5- years) will be created. Exodus Machines received $7.5 million in New Markets Tax Credits. www.exodusmachinesinc.com.

Fed Ex Ground

FedEx Ground graduated out of the Superior Business Center in 2007, and now occupies a new 40,000 square foot building in the Vinje Industrial Park.The Development Association worked to retain FedEx in the Superior/Douglas County area after corporate FedEx announced that they needed more space than what the SBC had to offer. FedEx now employs approximately 50 individuals at its new location. www.fedex.com