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Following diversification, Columbia Tech expects to grow 10%

Westborough manufacturer Columbia Tech, a subsidiary of Westborough-based Coghlin Cos., Inc., diversified its client base last year, and expects to add about 40 employees this year.

Consigli renovating GE Boston buildings

Two former NECCO candy manufacturing buildings in Boston's Seaport District will be converted into a 21st century workspace and restaurant under a new agreement between Consigli Construction Co.,...

Aspen Aerogels loses $9M in first quarter

Constrained capital investment and a quiet global energy market contributed to a first quarter operating loss of $9.1 million for Northborough-based Aspen Aerogels, Inc.

Holliston instruments firm loses $1M in first quarter

Harvard Bioscience, a Hollison life science instrument company, lost more than $1 million in the first quarter as revenue fell from the prior year.

Worcester approves tax break for manufacturing space

Grant Welker |

A new research and development building of at least 20,000 square feet will rise in the South Worcester Industrial Park, thanks to a 20-year tax break the project has received from the city.

Interscope gets FDA clearance for EndoRotor

Worcester medical device maker Interscope Inc. announced late Tuesday that it received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its EndoRotor System to commercialize in...

IPG profit hits $157M in first quarter

Grant Welker |

Oxford laser product manufacturer IPG Photonics saw revenue grow by 38 percent in the first quarter and operating income jump by 45 percent, according to a Tuesday earnings report.

Saint-Gobain Corp. gets new CEO

Thomas Kinisky, a 27-year veteran of Saint-Gobain, was named president and CEO of Saint-Gobain Corporation, the French manufacturer's North American holding company.

BlueHive looks to continue growth

BlueHive Strategic Environments designs, builds, and manages trade show exhibit properties for companies involved with 3D branded marketing. The Worcester company added a new digital marketing...

Jack Healy, longtime MassMEP head, passes away

Laura Finaldi |

Jack Healy, considered by many to be the champion of the manufacturing industry in Massachusetts for decades, passed away over the weekend, the state manufacturing advocacy group confirmed Monday.

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