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Nick Manes

Nick Manes

Staff writer

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A new report issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago has some good news for Michigan’s auto industry.

The state’s top economic development agency has turned to a Holland-based office furniture manufacturer for an office upgrade this spring.

An international call center company plans to bolster its footprint in the West Michigan market with a new expansion.

Global demand for its products presented a challenge for Grand Rapids-based HelloLife LLC, a marketer of FDA-registered, homeopathic medicines.

This year’s local Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) student competition, known as the ACG Cup, has a new twist.

A coalition of business and agriculture groups and West Michigan economic developers wants to make it easier to ship products into the region’s only deepwater port from the Mississippi River system.

The race for engineering talent among manufacturers has companies interacting with possible candidates well before they even earn their degrees.

A move to further diversify its business and enhance product offerings led Grand Rapids-based Gill Industries Inc. to acquire GR Spring & Stamping Inc. (GRSS).

With the automotive industry back above pre-recession production levels, the state of Michigan wants to ensure that the momentum continues. To oversee the state’s efforts, Gov. Rick Snyder in September appointed auto industry veteran Nigel Francis as the state’s first senior automotive adviser.

Grandville-based MFP Automation Engineering Inc.’s focus on diversification led the company to a path of steady growth — and to the manufacturer outgrowing its existing facility.

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