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Alcoa Howmet – Whitehall, Michigan

Advanced manufacturing providing optimized solutions for improved performance, efficiency and value

Eagle Alloy

Eagle Alloy, Inc. – Part of the Eagle Group of companies - Muskegon, Michigan

Serving a diverse customer base and utilizing lean manufacturing practices; one of the premier steel foundries in the country


Alcoa Howmet – Whitehall, Michigan

A commitment to environmental sustainability; keeping the health and safety of their employees, customers and communities a top priority

Culinary Institute

Muskegon Area First: Helping Local Businesses Flourish

The Culinary Institute of Michigan - Baker College's world-class caliber culinary learning environment


Alcoa Howmet – Whitehall, Michigan since 1951

Leading producer of complex investment-cast turbine components for the aerospace and industrial gas turbine industries

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Possible containers being shipped out of Port of Muskegon in 2016

Officials say that container shipping could start as early as next season at the Port of Muskegon

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Mercy Health Muskegon Gets Corporate Approvals for $271.2 Million for Expansion/Renovation

Mercy Health Muskegon announced that it has received approval from its parent corporation, Trinity Health, to construct a $271 million, 267-bed medical center in Muskegon on the current Mercy Campus at 1500 E. Sherman Blvd.

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Muskegon County Mid-Year Economic Update

 Muskegon County Mid-Year Economic Update


New marketing campaign to promote two prominent industrial site in Muskegon County for redevelopment

A new regional marketing campaign and branding called Greenlight is now promoting two key industrial locations in Muskegon County, 215 acres on the Port of Muskegon and 110 acres at Muskegon County Business Park Northand four other strategic developments in Kent County to industrial site consultants.  The purpose of this effort is to target large businesses and developers who work in the logistics or shipping industries, and market the sites for redevelopment.

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Growth, available cash spur M&A activity for West Michigan manufacturers

Driven by the need to meet expanding customer demand after overcoming recession woes, some West Michigan companies are turning to equity and investment partners with existing resources grow their business.  Muskegon County's Port City Group is one such company which considered this option.  Leaders in the company chose to merge with Fayetteville, Arkansas based Pace Industries.  Port City Group's CEO, John Essex, believes this moves will help the company leverage the larger company's robust capital structures to fund future growth and expand its manufacturing footprint to service Original Equipment Manufacturers south of the border.

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