Two major Southwest Michigan development projects are moving forward after receiving approval for state incentives.

Four business expansions in West Michigan that will collectively generate $110.3 million in investment and create more than 280 jobs earned state incentives today.

In response to increased demand, West Michigan Compounding LLC is investing $6 million into its existing facility in Montcalm County.

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The Michigan Milk Producers Association plans to invest $24 million to expand its existing dairy plant operations in St. Joseph County.

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Pfizer Inc. is the first manufacturer to take advantage of the Good Jobs for Michigan incentive program signed into law a year ago by Gov. Rick Snyder.

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SpartanNash Co. will not meet the original employment projections included in a 2013 state incentive package.

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After months of secrecy, Amazon.com Inc.’s interest in a proposed Kent County facility is now official.

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The Grand Rapids Downtown Market continues to restructure long-standing debt tied to a state economic development incentive as it attempts to stabilize its finances.

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Automation provider Axis Company LLC plans to invest $4 million into a new facility.

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For the fourth time since 2014, the Grand Rapids Downtown Market has asked permission to keep paying only the interest on its loans tied to a state economic development incentive as it seeks to restructure its debt load.

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