Pandemic slows interest in Quonset Business Park

RESHORING INCENTIVE: Steven J. King, managing director of the Quonset Business Corp., says the coronavirus pandemic may incentivize more manufacturers to “reshore” activities domestically after experiencing the supply-chain breakdowns created by the pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
RESHORING INCENTIVE: Steven J. King, managing director of the Quonset Business Corp., says the coronavirus pandemic may incentivize more manufacturers to “reshore” activities domestically after experiencing the supply-chain breakdowns created by the pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

On a recent Wednesday ­afternoon, Quonset Business Park hummed with activity: trucks barreling down the winding roads, construction crews chatting on a break, cranes reaching toward the sky as golfers on the nearby municipal golf course sliced balls into the air. While COVID-19 has ushered in a kind of eerie silence across much of the

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