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Displaying items tagged: Schupan & Sons Inc

Tuesday, 08 March 2022 17:47

Schupan & Sons acquires Iowa materials recycler

KALAMAZOO — Family-owned materials recycler Schupan & Sons Inc. has acquired a Midwest-based recycler, company officials announced.

Published in Manufacturing
Sunday, 25 November 2018 19:03

MiBiz Growth Report: Nov. 26, 2018

Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Nov. 26, 2018.

Published in Articles
Sunday, 22 January 2017 17:09

MiBiz Growth Report: Jan. 23, 2017

Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Jan. 23, 2017.

• M&A: Bryan Betten and Chris Baker, two veteran West Michigan dealership executives, have acquired Grand Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Lowell from former owner Harvey Koning. Betten-Baker is in the process of acquiring the remaining Grand Auto Family Services Inc. dealerships owned by Koning, which include facilities in Grandville, Allegan and Lowell, said Pete Ricards, division director at Betten-Baker. The company also is acquiring a Big Rapids-based GMC dealership from Gary Trimarco Automotive group, but is waiting on manufacturer approval from General Motors to complete both deals. 

Published in Breaking News

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 14:53

Schupan & Sons Inc. acquires Indianapolis recycler

Schupan & Sons Inc. has acquired a majority interest in Trinity Metals, a metals recycler based in Indianapolis.

Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 25 December 2016 20:36

Despite uncertainty, talent concerns, manufacturers remain bullish on economy

Even with the underlying uncertainty caused by the presidential election, West Michigan manufacturers remain generally optimistic about the year ahead. 

Published in Economic Development
Sunday, 02 October 2016 13:26

Aerospace suppliers eye possible missile defense project at Fort Custer

BATTLE CREEK — Concerns over national security could spark wider access to a $100 billion industry for West Michigan manufacturers.

Published in Manufacturing

Sunday, 07 August 2016 13:34

West Michigan family businesses adjust to new realities

The company CEO Marc Schupan runs today barely resembles the Schupan & Sons Inc. he took over more than 40 years ago following the sudden death of his father. 

Published in Breaking News