History

HISTORICAL TIMELINE

1940   
Hudson Tool & Die Company founded in Hudson County, New Jersey by Charles Batka

1969    Second facility opened in Ormond Beach, Florida

1984    Hudson Tool & Die Co., Inc. purchased by JSJ Corporation of Grand Haven, Michigan, a privately held U.S. corporation

1991    Operations consolidated to the facility in Florida; plant in New Jersey closed

1996    Quality Management System received ISO 9001:2000 certification

2007
    Name change - Hudson Tool & Die Co., Inc. began doing business as Hudson Technologies

2007    Converted to an environmentally-sound aqueous cleaning system, eliminating trichloroethylene (TCE) and chlorinated lubricants from the manufacturing process

2008    Named Manufacturer of the Year by Volusia Manufacturers Association 

2009    Winner of two Best Practice Awards presented by Volusia Manufacturers Association (VMA) - "Go Green" and "Employee Wellness Program".  Received ISO 9001:2008 certification.

2010   ISO 13485:2003 certification received. City of Ormond Beach presents Hudson Technologies with the Retention/Expansion Project Award. Celebrated 70-year anniversary. 
 
2011   Environmental Management System earned ISO 14001:2004 certification
 
2012   Paul Clare, retired, inducted into the VMA Hall of Fame and presented with the MANNY Award for life-long achievement in manufacturing.  President Mark Andrews installed as 2013 VMA Chairman.
 
2013   Bret Schmitz named president of Hudson Technologies, effective August 1, 2013

2015   Hudson Technologies celebrates its 75th Anniversary
 
Today
  Employs more than 250 people and ships products to customers worldwide