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BiomassJoe McIntyre/staff photographer
Matt Timmins, co-owner of Automated Biomass Systems, stands overlooking the company’s newly acquired work space Friday in Lapeer. The company builds machines for firms that provide wood materials as an energy alternative.

Colorado business moves to Lapeer

By COLLEEN SIUZDAK
Staff Reporter
LAPEER — New business endeavors for Colorado-based business owner Matt Timmins brought him to Cortland County, where he is taking advantage of the surrounding areas the county has to offer.
“That’s why we’re coming out here ’cause there’s more trees,” said Timmins at the location in Lapeer.
Automated Biomass Systems is located in what was previously Forkey Construction and Fabrication Inc. in Lapeer, which completed its move to Cortlandville in November.
Forkey moved into the vacant BorgWarner Morse TEC building on Luker Road.
BorgWarner moved its powdered metal operations out of the building in 2012.

 

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