The docking of the last coal freighter at the Consumers Energy B.C. Cobb power plant earlier this month serves as a harbinger of what’s to come for the Port of Muskegon.
Total Quality Logistics LLC (TQL) plans to establish a sales facility in Grand Rapids at 2650 Horizon Drive.
ALLEGAN — As the future of the company hangs in the balance, economic developers and business groups in West Michigan offered their public support today for Perrigo Co. plc, whose shareholders will decide by Friday morning on a hostile takeover attempt by Mylan N.V.
A group of local government officials and economic developers in Kent County wants to develop new strategies to grow the area’s agricultural and food-processing industry. With the results of a new study conducted by the Kent County Agribusiness Community Workgroup, they’re now armed with the data to help inform that process.
Rockford-based Byrne Electrical Specialists Inc. plans later this month to break ground on a new manufacturing facility in Lakeview on a blighted property on Tamarack Lake.
SHERIDAN — A long-vacant and blighted industrial building in a small Montcalm County village could be demolished with the help of a federal grant, better positioning the community for redevelopment in the future.
GRAND RAPIDS — West Michigan manufacturers should continue to expect lower commodity prices into 2016.
Like many West Michigan manufacturers, Rapid-Line Inc. faces a major hurdle when it comes to staffing.
The Newaygo County Economic Development Office (NCEDO) signed a new, three-year contract with Grand Rapids-based economic development group The Right Place Inc. (RPI), according to a statement.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp., the quasi-governmental agency tasked with supporting business attraction and retention efforts in the state, needed to reorganize with layoffs in the wake of a sizeable budget shortfall.