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With N. Brookfield acquisition, Vibram brings manufacturing to the U.S.

Many members of the military, industrial workers, and U.S. Olympic team athletes all benefit from products made by Vibram, a manufacturer of high-performance soles.

Emuge adds tool grinding, reconditioning in W. Boylston

Laura Finaldi |

Emuge Corp. announced last week that it has introduced tool grinding and reconditioning services at its West Boylston facility for its own products and the products of others.

Cogmedix announces 60% revenue growth

Laura Finaldi |

Cogmedix, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Westborough-based Coghlin Companies, Inc., announced its revenues grew by nearly 60 percent in 2016.

Framingham on the cusp of downtown boom

Emily Micucci |

Town officials see pending residential projects as key to new era.

Baker signs biomanufacturing land transfer bill

Laura Finaldi |

A bill that will help kick off the expansion of biopharmaceutical companies to designated land in Worcester was signed by Gov. Charlie Baker today.

Simonds Saw names new president

Emily Micucci |

David Miles has been named president of Simonds Saw in Fitchburg.

Sterilite could create 500 jobs in Iowa

Laura Finaldi |

If incentives come through, Townsend plastics housewares maker Sterilite Corp. will construct a 2.5-million-square-foot manufacturing and distribution center in Davenport, Iowa, and expects to create...

Leominster plastics maker to make eco-friendly cutlery for grocery chain

Laura Finaldi |

A Leominster plastics maker has been selected as the manufacturer of a series of environmentally-friendly single use cutlery for the in-store cafes of a major U.S. organic grocery chain.

Kopin to sell $23.9 M in shares to Chinese co.

Laura Finaldi |

Westborough-based wearable technology maker Kopin Corporation announced it will sell roughly 10 percent of its total outstanding shares of common stock to a Chinese company, and together the two...

With $6M, AIS decided to stay in Massachusetts

Four years ago, office furniture manufacturer AIS was spread out between five different locations across Central Massachusetts. So President, CEO and Co-founder Bruce Platzman decided to start...

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