Friday, January 21, 2011

Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures Hosts West Michigan Solar Supply Chain Meeting


Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures Hosts West Michigan Solar Supply Chain Meeting

Belding, MICHIGAN --- Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures, manufacturer of
the world's most frequently specified fiberglass enclosure products,
proudly supports initiatives to promote businesses within the State of
Michigan. When asked to join the West Michigan Solar Supply Chain,
Stahlin accepted the opportunity to help.

West Michigan Solar Supply Chain was formed by The Right Place, Inc.
Serving West Michigan since 1985, The Right Place is a regional
non-profit economic development organization supported through
investments from the private and public sector. Its mission is to
promote wealth creation and economic growth in West Michigan in the
areas of quality employment, productivity and innovation by developing
jobs through leading business retention, expansion and attraction
efforts.

Several years ago The Right Place made a decision, after extensive
research, to form the West Michigan Solar Supply Chain group as
another way to help support new business growth in the area.The West
Michigan Solar Supply Chain is made up of diverse group including
manufacturers, panel shops, distributors, end users, renewable energy
lawyers and educators. The group formed to support the companies in
Western Michigan that are contributing to the local economy by adding
new business in the solar industry.

According to Rick Chapla, The Right Place, Vice President, Urban Redevelopment:
"The West Michigan Solar Supply Chain has exceeded our expectations,
due the cooperation of it members to share and assist each other as
they move to into developing new business in this exciting and growing
field. Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures has proven to be a member
company that has very much to offer. We are pleased that they have
joined and have shared so much knowledge to the West Michigan business
community to help us grow economically ."


Photo Caption: Recently, as member of the West Michigan Solar Supply
Chain group meet at Stahlin plant for their monthly meeting.

For more information about The Right Place: Contact: Rick Chapla ,Vice
President, Urban Redevelopment Phone: 616.771.0328. Email:
chaplar@rightplace.org
Or visit: http://www.rightplace.org

In addition, Stahlin launched a website to help highlight the fact
that business relationships between Michigan companies create jobs,
improve the state's economy, and benefits families, friends and
neighbors. For more information visit: www.buymichigan1st.com

For more information on Stahlin: http://www.stahlin.com/_SocialWelcome/?socnet=Blogspot&soclink=http://www.stahlin.com/

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