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MEDC president and CEO Mike Finney kicks off an aerospace matchmaking event Thursday in Sterling Heights. WWJ photo / Matt Roush

MEDC Sets Up Small Manufacturers For ‘Matchmaking’ In Aerospace

More than 400 people representing more than 150 Michigan manufacturers and service providers spent their Thursday at the General Motors Heritage Center in Sterling Heights. But they weren’t there just to ogle the center’s spectacular collection of classic GM sheet metal. They were there to expand into the aerospace business with Boeing Co. and Kuka Systems North America LLC.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/06/2014

Solar panels (credit: Wikimedia)

Sterling Heights Firm Helps build Canadian Solar

Sterling Heights-based Kuka Systems North America says it has made a successful entry into the burgeoning Canadian solar panel manufacturing sector. For its first Canadian customer, Kuka Systems is installing three partially automated, post-lamination framing lines […]

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/18/2011