In today’s competitive global economy, Michigan business are searching for ways to strengthen the backbone of their enterprise – logistics and supply chain. Effectively managing warehousing, distribution, inventory and production are at the core of profitability and the driving force behind the state’s newly created logistics and supply chain strategic plan.
That strategy along with the emerging challenges facing small- and medium-size businesses were among the topics at the “Michigan Supply Chain Innovation Summit” at the Henry Ford Event and Conference Center in Dearborn.
In Huron Township’s Local Development Finance Authority district, the LDFA1 has contributed eight hundred manufacturing jobs in the past year and LDFA2 is considered a smart zone as well which is hopeful to attract even more new business in the pinnacle area. The Local Development Finance Authority Huron Township, MI is a beacon for economic growth in the area. More information at www.hurontwpldfa.com.
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