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The tables are mainly steel with surfaces ranging from wood to plastic laminate. Geoff Miller said his father was working in the 1990s as a manufacturers’ rep, at a time when many U. contract furniture manufacturers were cutting production here and relying on offshore manufacturers. “They’re still doing a lot of building — new construction and renovation, year after year,” he said, despite the impact of the Great Recession on the rest of the economic sectors.
The new facility in Byron Center is about 147,000 square feet — a former metal manufacturing factory that dates from the 1990s. Dave Miller saw an opportunity in getting into light production to supply his customers in the U. “Between 20, before you knew it, we had a legitimate manufacturing firm,” said Geoff Miller. Grand Rapids Chair does not divulge its annual sales revenues, but Miller said he believes the company is probably in the top 10 of all contract manufacturers in the state market and perhaps the Midwest market.
“The companies that are showing good growth within our market are just taking others’ market share,” said Miller.Miller is happy to cite a recent headline in The Wall Street Journal that jokingly identified the United States as “the next emerging market.” His company is particularly excited at this time because after a few years of maintaining a temporary Neo Con presence on the eighth floor of the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, it now has a permanent showroom on the third floor.It will be exhibiting all of its new products there for this year’s Neo Con, June 10-12.Images from top to bottom, left to right: downtown cityscape, Meyer May House, Gerald R.Ford Presidential Museum, La Grande Vitesse, pedestrian bridge over the Grand River, Van Andel Arena, Grand Valley State University's Cook–De Vos Center on the Medical Mile Grand Rapids is the second-largest city in Michigan, and the largest city in West Michigan.
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