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West Michigan’s economy remained in growth mode at mid-year, as a monthly industrial activity index recorded improvements in most categories.

The parent company of a lakeshore manufacturer plans to sell to a Southeast Michigan automotive supplier.

Lakeland Health in St. Joseph will become part of Spectrum Health if the two can work out final details to integrate.

The Right Place Inc. has entered into a three-year contract to provide economic development services to Oceana County.

Holland-based venture fund cultivate(MD) Capital Fund II LP has invested in SafKan Health Inc., a Seattle, Wash.-based developer of a headphone system that removes ear wax.

Brentwood, Tenn.-based American Physician Partners LLC acquired Kalamazoo Emergency Associates P.C., effective June 29, 2018.

MiBiz Growth Report: July 9, 2018

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Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for July 9, 2018.

A Pittsburgh-based water solutions provider has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the ProAct Services Corp. for $132 million.

Marketing agency Revel plans to relocate its downtown Muskegon office to a new mixed-use project within the city’s central business district.

Wholesale distributor S. Abraham & Sons Inc. (SAS) is under new ownership.

Eaton Federal Savings Bank closed late last week on the acquisition of Stockbridge Bankcorporation Inc., the Stockbridge-based parent company of SSBBank.

Readers of MiBiz.com gravitated to stories about an troubled farm operator, as well as reports on West Michigan’s burgeoning craft beer scene in the first six months of 2018.

JSJ Corp. has invested $3 million in a startup company that wants to commercialize a device designed to reduce infections acquired in hospitals and other settings.

A tightening apartment market in and around downtown Grand Rapids hasn’t deterred a New York City developer from moving forward with a more than $50 million project in the city’s North Monroe neighborhood.

A Kent County HVAC contractor turned to an acquisition to tap into additional talent and access new markets.

Grand Rapids is one of three cities nationally to be selected for a pilot program from Ford Motor Co. aimed at addressing the transportation needs of today and in the future.

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