The Great Lakes Bay Manufacturers Association (GLBMA) is pleased to announce they have been selected to receive the regional Industry 4.0 Implementation Grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation(MEDC).
The grant is open and accepting application on a rolling basis as long as funding is available.
The MMTC assessment can easily be scheduled by reaching out to your Business Solutions Manager or
calling Jenna at 989-964-2154 or email email@example.com.
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The GLBMA is administering the MEDC Industry 4.0 Implementation Grants for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation for regions 5 & 6. (See map)
The following companies have been awarded grants to date:
Great Lakes Fabrication and Machining, LLC - Shiawassee
Regency Plastics - Huron
Vantage Plastics - Arenac
Erie Custom Signs - Saginaw
Becker Metal Works - St. Clair
Amigo Mobility International - Saginaw
BostonTec - Midland
PJ Wallbank Springs - St. Clair
Plastatech Engineering - Saginaw
Dominco Med-Device LLC - Genesee
Laser Marking Technologies LLC - Tuscola
Fullerton Tool - Saginaw
Thumb Tool - Huron
Tannas Corporation - Midland
Magline, Inc. - Arenac
Linear Motion - Saginaw
Case Systems - Midland
Trims Unlimited - Lapeer
Miller Broach - St. Clair
PTM Corporation - St. Clair
BTM Company - St. Clair
BGT Aerospace LLC - Saginaw
Muller Brass - St. Clair
Webcor Packing - Genesee
Epic Machine - Genesee
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