Furniture, automotive and other major industries
Buell Motorcycles is back in action after a dozen-year hiatus with plans to roll out 10 performance bikes by 2024.
Kellogg Company was the only West Michigan-headquartered company to be named to this year’s list of businesses with the most ethical practices.
Wolverine Worldwide recently submitted a feasibility study to the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy outlining a comprehensive plan to address per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances at its House Street property.
Kellogg Company is putting $150,000 toward a talent retention and attraction initiative by the city of Battle Creek’s economic development arm.
Trendway added a pair of independent sales rep groups in Ontario and Quebec, continuing its expansion into Canada.
Total company sales, new product development, and plans to expand in the next three years remain strong for West Michigan Lakeshore employers despite COVID-19 challenges, according to a Lakeshore Advantage report.
The Citizens Business Conditions Index showed a second consecutive quarter of economic gains as optimism fueled by COVID-19 vaccine announcements and increased election certainty began to outweigh concerns about spiking pandemic cases.
A medical device startup acquired a line of devices that provide localized temperature therapy for pain relief and patient comfort.
A maker of custom conveyor systems rolled out a new high-impact model in its Hybrid line for the conveyance of large, heavy plastic parts.
The local branch of Express Employment Professionals will host a skilled trades job fair this week on behalf of more than 50 West Michigan employers.
Lacks Enterprises named a new CEO and CFO in light of longtime CEO Richard Lacks Jr. transitioning to executive board chair.
A provider of automation and controls services acquired a supplier of process control systems to municipal water/wastewater and industrial and manufacturing customers.
A Rockford-based provider of electrical solutions has rolled out a line of anti-fire hazard power branching kits to aid those who are working from home.
DETROIT — General Motors' profit fell 4.5% in 2020, but a strong second half more than offset the effects of pandemic-related factory closures and a costly air bag recall.
A metal services company is investing over $2.4 million to expand its facility in Holland Charter Township.
Grand Rapids Community College and West Michigan Works! were awarded a $9.8 million U.S. Department of Labor grant to lead a coalition of employers, workforce development organizations, educators and community groups in the One Workforce for West Michigan Manufacturing project.
Comerica Bank’s Michigan Economic Activity Index increased for the fourth consecutive month in October, reflecting improving economic conditions prior to the current surge in coronavirus cases.
A supplier of automated supply chain technology appointed new leaders to oversee its operations in the Americas and China.
Kellogg Company and Future Food-Tech are inviting startups with innovative ideas for supporting digestive wellness to apply this week to compete in a pitch challenge that will be held in March.
A manufacturer and distributor of specialty and commodity chemicals hired a director of health, safety and environmental.
Kellogg’s Special K is rolling out a new snack bar that will let those on the keto diet indulge their cravings.
A staffing and recruitment firm in West Michigan will host companywide open interviews across participating branches this month.
DeWys Manufacturing recently launched a new division, DeWys Metal Solutions, which will provide customers of all sizes complete custom metal fabrication services.
A Muskegon manufacturer is introducing a new air sanitation system designed for use in shared indoor spaces.
DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $30 million fine for a corruption scandal at the union that represents its factory workers, authorities said Wednesday.