Updated January 30 at 7:30pm
Manufacturing
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BOSTON – The state last week announced nearly $2 million in funding to support manufacturing workforce training across the state, with $287,950 going towards a Bristol Community College initiative. more
BOSTON – Providence-based Benrus, the watch company former Alex and Ani CEO Giovanni Feroce is currently leading, has a new sponsorship partnership with the Boston Celtics. more
Bill Huling, director of New England operations for Sims Metal Management, stepped back as another dump truck banged off the roll-on scales, reversed up to a three-story mound of broken metal chunks and, with the crash of a building collapse, dropped several additional tons at its foot. more
Add NanoSteel Co. Inc. to the list of firms excited about the potential of 3-D printing. more
BOSTON – Fall River-based Borden & Remington Corp. has taken significant steps to make its chemical manufacturing, warehouse and distribution facility safer following an Administrative Compliance Order issued by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in March 2014, the agency said last month. more
As a 14-year-old teenager, Ava Anderson became concerned about chemicals in personal-care products she and her family used. She got rid of the products but didn’t stop there. In 2009, she formed Ava Anderson Non Toxic with her brother, Frohman, and their mother, Kim. Anderson, pictured above, is now a student at Babson College, in Wellesley, Mass. And her direct-sales business employs 45 people in an East Providence manufacturing center that produces 11 different types of products, including for skin care. more
For more than a decade beginning in 2001, manufacturing jobs left the state and country in droves. But as Rhode Island’s economy slowly creeps back and the cost of doing business overseas increases, some of those jobs may be returning. more
Providence-based Narragansett Brewing Co. has been around for more than 125 years, yet continues to grow. more
These aren’t your average printers. more
New Bedford-based Precix pulled itself out of the Great Recession by getting very lean and benefiting from consumers, who were finally purchasing new cars again. But the manufacturer of O-rings and seals for the automotive, aerospace and energy industries hasn’t rested easy, or simply relied on improved auto sales for its continued fast growth. more
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