Pad-ready Great Lakes Tech Park attracting new businesses
April 19, 2019 at 4:18 pm – This free land in a premier business park is ‘Energy Ready’ for development. In fact, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. ranks it one of the most-ready business parks in the state, if not the most.
5 reasons free land in Michigan is a good site for business expansion
April 18, 2017 at 02:25 PM – Fullerton Tool has been located in Saginaw, Mich. since the company began in 1942 and was quickly running out of space. Landlocked in its original location, Fullerton Tool went looking for a second site to accommodate growth in the automotive, medical manufacturing and commercial aerospace sectors of its business.
Fullerton Tool of Saginaw enters Chinese industrial market
February 25, 2017 at 11:19 AM – Saginaw’s Fullerton Tool Co. will have a local presence in the Chinese industrial market selling its precision-made, solid-carbide cutting tools, thanks to a new partnership.
$92M investment, more than 1,100 jobs celebrated as Saginaw keeps forging brighter future
This year, as Saginaw Future marks its 25th anniversary, it will celebrate U.S. Graphite and 31 other companies at an annual awards luncheon Feb. 17 at Horizons Conference Center.
See inside new Fullerton West plant at Saginaw’s Great Lakes Tech Park
December 04, 2015 – Saginaw-based Fullerton Tool Co. Inc. has opened a new manufacturing plant at Saginaw County’s Great Lakes Tech Park in Thomas Township.
Great Lakes Tech Park gets high speed Internet connection
October 26, 2015 – A slow Internet connection sure can be annoying, but when you run a business, it can cost you money. That’s why a new technology park in Saginaw County is getting a high speed connection.
Fullerton Tool first tenant to break ground at Saginaw County’s Great Lakes Tech Park, adding 58 jobs
November 25, 2014 – A Saginaw County-based manufacturer is expanding into Thomas Township’s Great Lakes Tech Park.
Michigan’s Great Lakes Solar Technology Park opens for business
November 16, 2011 – The newly opened, 231-acre park in Saginaw County, Mich., was developed to encourage solar companies and related technologies to locate manufacturing facilities there. The park was designed to allow six companies to locate facilities at the park for potentially no cost, in exchange for meeting certain conditions, like creating local jobs.
Tech Park Groundbreaking photos
November 11, 2011 – Great Lakes Solar Technology Park groundbreaking in Thomas Township