Great Lakes Region Expects Big Spending Year in 2013 With $50 Billion in Construction Starts Already Planned, an Industrial Info News Alert
Posted on December 12, 2012 at 06:15 AM EST
SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 12/12/12 -- The Great Recession did some significant damage to the economy of the Great Lakes region. These states have always been the blue collar backbone of manufacturing in the U.S. However, since the official end of the Great Recession the region has bounced back. Jobs have been created, some plants have reopened or been sold and opened under new management, and spending has rebounded to a more respectable level. Heading into 2013, it appears as though the region is poised for a big spending year, as Industrial Info is already tracking $50.1 billion in capital and maintenance projects scheduled to begin construction during the coming year.
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