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Building upon its six decades of offering employment opportunities to persons with disabilities, Hudson Community Enterprises (HCE) is expanding its physical presence in southern New Jersey with enhanced services to South Jersey clients who need document shredding and building maintenance services. 

“We realized last year that demand for our services in southern New Jersey was growing, and with client growth comes physical expansion,” said HCE President Joe Brown. “We are happy to announce we are now operating from our new location in Vineland, allowing us to best serve our growing client base.” 

The new Vineland location expands HCE’s presence in New Jersey, which includes the two-facility headquarters in Jersey City, and offices in Newark and Trenton.  

“If you are interested in advancing our mission of providing employment to persons with disabilities, we invite you to learn more about how we train and employ our staff, and offer you and your organization secure, quality and cost-effective business solutions throughout New Jersey,” Brown said. 

Christina Renna, the president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey (CCSNJ) welcomed HCE’s expansion, noting the new employment opportunities it provides disabled workers. 

“The recent expansion into Vineland, an area in desperate need employment opportunities for the disabled community, is yet another example of HCE’s commitment to these incredibly hardworking individuals looking for a chance to live a productive life and give back to the community,” Renna said. 

HCE is a not-for-profit company and NJBIA member that has been providing training and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities for over 60 years. HCE operates five enterprise businesses, including building maintenance services, electronic content management (ECM)/document scanning, document shredding, digital printing and packaging and fulfillment. 

Each of these businesses employs persons with disabilities, many of whom have been provided workforce development/training and vocational rehabilitation through HCE. In 2023, HCE launched the Center for Employment and Inclusion for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and DEAFinite Solutions, a social enterprise offering business services created by and for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. 

To learn more about the document shredding and destruction services offered by HCE, go here.  To learn more about building management services that HCE offers, go here. 

To learn more about Hudson Community Enterprises, visit this episode of NJBIA’s Minding Your Business here.


 Photo caption: (L-R) HCE Senior Director of Building Services Jason Krellin; CCSNJ Membership Director Lynn Bradley; Sean Burke, Mario Simmons, Rich Rodriguez of HCE Shredding; HCE President Joe Brown; and Michael Vailes of HCE Shredding.