FRENCHTOWN TECHNOLOGY & INDUSTRIAL CENTER JOINS MONTANA WORLD TRADE CENTER
FRENCHTOWN, MONT., Mar. 28, 2013 . . . Frenchtown Technology & Industrial Center, the recently branded former Smurfit-Stone site in Frenchtown, today announced it has joined the Montana World Trade Center®.
The Montana World Trade Center is a program of The University of Montana operating in cooperation with universities throughout the state. The Center's purpose is to help Montana businesses establish or strengthen their international commercial capabilities. The Center works to develop the untapped international trade opportunities for the state and region.
Frenchtown Technology & Industrial Center is a 3,000-acre brownfield site positively positioned for marketing internationally to industrial manufacturers, specifically companies in oil field and oil equipment manufacturing, technology and chemical/bio-mass manufacturing operations, and emerging technology enterprises poised for commercialization. Owners of the property, M2Green Redevelopment, LLC, recently contracted with CBRE to market the site worldwide and Lotic, LLC, in marketing the property’s 54 water rights.
According to Ray Stillwell, member/manager of M2Green Redevelopment, LLC, “It is time to tell the world about this property and the best way to do that is to build a network of supporters who can help arm us with the best resources for marketing the property worldwide. We have a tremendous marketing team in place with CBRE and Lotic, LLC, and we are positive they will find viable prospects interested in this property and Montana’s business climate.”
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