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Get to Know Marshall County Businesses – AutoCam360

January 3, 2019

AUTOCAM360_LOGOA new business, unlike any other in the area, is soon set to officially launch in Plymouth. The success of this innovative company shows that Marshall County is an excellent place for small businesses to grow and thrive. The business, known as AutoCam360, began within Plymouth-based Kessler Crane in March of 2018. Thanks to an overwhelming market response and explosive growth, AutoCam360 will be launching as its own business in January.

AutoCam360 is built on the foundation of Kessler Crane, an industry leader in motion control products and support for video and photography for over 15 years in Plymouth. AutoCam360 offers a suite of systems and studio services that cater to the e-commerce product photography and video markets. This technology gives online retailers the ability to offer customers a 3D or 360-degree view of their product. What makes AutoCam360 special is its variety of products and services offered, including hardware, software, design, studio services, and support-all based in the United States at the Plymouth facility.

Jerry Chavez CEO and President of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation said, “The future looks bright for this new startup, which is expected to bring on more employees as the system sales and studio services portion of the business grows. The company is also planning on building a larger system to facilitate 360 and 3D multi-angle spin photography of items like cars and furniture.”

One of the best things about operating a business in Marshall County is its vibrant, supportive business community. To that end, Marshall County businesses are invited to learn more about AutoCam360. Sales & Operations Director Chris Beller says, “If you are a manufacturer or brand with an online presence, we would like to work with you to improve your product representation, decrease your returns, increase site time visits, and increase your overall sales.” Visit for more information.


Provided by Marshall County Economic Development Corporation