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Indigreen Corporate Park

The following is an excerpt from a story that appeared in The Daily Reflector on February 3, 2017.

Improvements will bolster industrial park, owners say
Michael Abramowitz

Road improvements, utility upgrades and a shell building will help showcase a Pitt County corporate park as a global destination for advanced manufacturing industries, entrepreneurship and other business, its owners said.

At the quarterly meeting of the Pitt County Committee of 100, GUC General Manager Tony Cannon and Pitt County Development Commission Executive Director Wanda Yuhas reported on progress at Indigreen Corporate Park, which sits on Sugg Parkway off of U.S. 264 Bypass north of Greenville.

The park is situated within a larger industrial district, but is designed to maintain its aesthetic rural setting. Its utilities and water are provided by Greenville Utilities. It also is equipped with fiber optic communications. Half of Sugg Parkway is maintained by the N.C. Department of Transportation and half by the Committee of 100.

Companies located at Indigreen include The Daily Reflector, ASMO, Overton’s, Mayne Pharma/Metrics, NACCO/Hyster-Yale, Convergys, Practicon and Fuji Silysia. Located next to Indigreen are Patheon and Dyneema. 

“We are in business to bring the private sector to the table and provide things that government agencies are unable to provide,” Cannon said. 

Indigreen is served by one of the premier public utilities and water providers in the southeast,Greenville Utilities, and is also is equipped with fiber optic communications. Companies located at Indigreen include The Daily Reflector, ASMO, Overton’s, Mayne Pharma/Metrics, NACCO/Hyster-Yale, Convergys, Practicon and Fuji Silysia. Located next to Indigreen are Patheon and Dyneema.