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Riverdale Mills' border wall proposal moving forward

Riverdale Mills sells 80 percent of its Aquamesh product to lobstermen in Maine, and to other markets around the world.

Mass. improves on manufacturing indicators

Despite an average overall score, manufacturing in Massachusetts improved in several categories between 2016 and 2017.

Canton HVAC manufacturer expanding

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A Canton-based manufacturer is planning to expand its operation into Randolph and create 20 new jobs there with assistance from a tax-exempt bond from the state's finance and development agency.

Franklin bomb-defeating robot building sold for $6.4M

Laura Finaldi |

A 59,970-square-foot flex/manufacturing facility in Franklin leased to a defense contractor specializing in bomb-defeating robots was sold for $6.4 million, according to the company representing the...

State's industrial areas move towards renewables

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Business groups in areas like the Blackstone Valley are asking lawmakers to boost the state's commitment to renewable energy, arguing that clean power can be the modern-day economic driver for their...

Roche cutting 75 Marlborough jobs

Roche Diagnostics will stop manufacturing in Marlborough by the fourth quarter and move production to other facilities in Europe and the U.S., the company confirmed Wednesday.

Primetals selected for Ohio steel mill upgrades

Primetals Technologies will supply several technologies for an Ohio steel making facility as the plant undergoes a major expansion and upgrade.

Emuge partners with software solutions provider

Emuge Corp. has partnered with one of its collaborators to share technical data and best practices on machining applications and programs.

Web Industries looks towards 2nd European plant

With 14-percent sales growth last year, Marlborough-based Web Industries has invested heavily in equipment and facilities.

NECC owner gets 9 years in prison

The owner and head pharmacist of New England Compounding Center was sentenced to nine years in prison on Monday, five years after he orchestrated a public health crisis leaving hundreds of patients...

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