A recent article by John Wiegand published in MiBiz discusses the future plan for the Port of Muskegon following the closing of the Consumer’s Energy B.C. Cobb Plant in April 2016.
The closing of the plant will significantly decrease the amount of shipping activity to the Port. Economic developers, local businesses, and government officials are working towards a positive outcome from this loss.
There are currently studies being done on infrastructure development and the ability to use the Port as a center for shipping building materials and food distribution.
The goal of the various studies is to establish the Port of Muskegon as a logistic hub serving all of West Michigan.
To read the full referenced article, click here.