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Curtis Industries buys Douglas company

Worcester vehicle components company Curtis Industries bought a Douglas company that makes pallet forks for front-loaders and other attachments.

Fluorolite grows through market demand

Light covers made by Fluorolite Plastics in Framingham can be found everywhere from school cafeterias to streets in major cities like Providence. The company, which was founded in 1977, manufactures...

DAVIS Cos. to sponsor STEM conference

Savannah Donohue |

The DAVIS Companies of Marlborough will this week sponsor an event centered around filling the skills gap in the STEM fields through education.

WBJ manufacturing award nominations due Friday

The Worcester Business Journal is seeking nominations for its second annual Manufacturing Summit & Excellence awards for companies in six different categories.

Fresh beginnings

Avidia Bank has a new location at 17 Pope St. in Hudson, which features digital displays, interactive screen technology and a social media wall. The new site has a...

Howard turned Shirley manufacturer into global firm

Laura Finaldi |

Under Steve Howard's leadership, Bemis Associates has grown from a single facility in Shirley to an adhesive maker with a global presence that collaborates with brands like Nike and Under Armour.

Hanlon creates innovative business by focusing on employees

Savannah Donohue |

In 2004, seven years after Paul Hanlon sold his first company Folio Exhibits, his former employees asked him to start a new company. So he did.

Saint-Gobain invests in its employees' communities


Saint-Gobain has established itself as a key supporter of nonprofits and community groups in Central Massachusetts.

New Acton manufacturing plant could include hundreds of hires

Laura Finaldi |

A Billerica medical device company will start production at its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Acton starting in 2019 and expects to hire hundreds of jobs there over the next five years, the...

Precision Optics sees Q2 revenue drop 37%

Emily Micucci |

Gardner-based Precision Optics Corp. saw a 37-percent decline in sales for a net loss in the second quarter ending Dec. 31.

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