Large organizations often source products through one big supplier contract rather than several smaller ones, but an event being held this month will encourage buyers to give a chance to smaller, diverse-owned West Michigan businesses.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and West Michigan economic developers recently held their first-ever furniture industry symposium, and supply chain disruptions led the list of concerns.
General Motors’ Wyoming facility hit a major milestone in axle production last month.
A local staffing and recruiting agency will host a job fair this month on behalf of a maker of hydraulic cylinders.
DETROIT — He plotted to steal up to $1.5 million in union dues, and the money he diverted was spent on golf clubs, vacation homes, booze and lavish meals, fostering a culture of corruption within the United Auto Workers union.
Mission Design & Automation is opening a new 50,000-square-foot facility next month and plans to add at least 109 high-tech jobs.
A 50-year-old manufacturer of fleet and industrial cleaning solutions was chosen as Michigan’s 2021 ESOP Company of the Year.
Pop-Tarts is calling all dessert-for-breakfast lovers with three new toaster pastry flavors inspired by some of America’s favorite sweet treats.
A global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices is investing $60 million through 2024 to build a new global headquarters and manufacturing facility in Kentwood.
Pringles is introducing its next limited-edition chip flavor.
Whirlpool Corporation is enhancing its voice-command capabilities as a launch collaborator for Google Assistant voice notifications, a new functionality available through Google’s intelligent personal assistant software.
DETROIT — Stellantis wants to make the area around its Detroit Assembly Complex the most environmentally friendly neighborhood in the city, the automaker announced Thursday.
Kellogg and Little Debbie are joining forces to transform a childhood treat into a cereal.
Wolverine Worldwide promoted an employee to its executive leadership team and hired a new global brand president of Sperry.
A global maker of consumer self-care products and pharmaceuticals is exiting its businesses in Brazil and Mexico.
Furniture designer and manufacturer Herman Miller rolled out a new online purchasing experience for its customers.
During a 15-month period with an unusual level of disruption, the West Michigan commercial furniture and design industry rebounded faster than expected, but according to three local CEOs, challenges remain.
As more and more employers reopen their workplaces after the pandemic forced them to make adjustments, they are missing one thing: employees.
The Citizens Business Conditions Index for the first quarter of the year was in “upbeat territory,” the financial institution said.
The owner of a Jenison-based manufacturer sold the company to an out-of-state buyer.