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Firm looks south to find profits

Building on connections made on a trip to Mexico five years ago, an East Providence-based specialty chemicals company has built a successful export operation...
ELECTRO STANDARDS has seen a considerable payoff from CE certification on one of its instruments. The Sepe family, from left: Mike  Sepe, Ray  Sepe Sr., Brenda Sepe, Ray  Sepe and Ken Sepe. /

Reaping rewards of meeting EU standards

If you are traveling to Europe and hoping to play one of the continent’s favorite sports, don’t take a baseball and bat. Similarly, if...
KAREN M. KENNEY, executive VP of Liberty International transportation and Logistics, is the new president of CONECT. /

A new leader for New England trade alliance

Karen M. Kenney is the new president of the Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT), a nearly 700-member group that promotes the...
SUMMER INFANT President and CEO Jason Macari, center, and to his left, Steven Gibree, executive vice president of product development, celebrate with other company executives and family members after ringing the opening bell at Nasdaq on March 20. /

Summer Infant execs lead Nasdaq opening ceremony

In honor of its recent listing on Nasdaq, Summer Infant Inc., a North Smithfield-based company that designs and distributes infant and toddler health,...
DR. KATHLEEN C. HITTNER is promoting advances in cardiac care and minimally invasive surgery at The Miriam Hospital. /

High-flying Miriam chief <br>adds challenge at T.F. Green

Dr. Kathleen C. Hittner has distinguished herself on many fronts – in her medical specialty, as a leader in her profession, and especially at...

Workforce Board announces $1.3M in grants

PROVIDENCE – More than 4,000 workers across the state will benefit from the 69 grants, totaling about $1.3 million, announced this week by the...

Providence Metallizing settles clean air charges

BOSTON – The Providence Metallizing Co. has settled U.S. Environmental Protection Agency allegations of Clean Air Act violations by agreeing to pay a...

Durable-goods orders rise 2.5% in February

WASHINGTON – New orders for durable goods last month rose 2.5 percent to $206.9 billion, after falling 9.3 percent in January, the U.S. Commerce...
ASTRO-MED is a maker of specialty printing, testing and measurement systems including the ToughWriter 4, above, a high-resolution PostScript printer for airborne use. /

Astro-Med profit more than doubles, to $6.06M

WEST WARWICK – In the year ended Jan. 31, Astro-Med Inc.’s profit more than doubled to $6.06 million or 82 cents per diluted share...

Hexagon division, Faro settle disputes

LAKE MARY, Fla., and NORTH KINGSTOWN – Romer Inc., a Hexagon Metrology company, and Faro Technologies Inc. have agreed to settle all outstanding disputes...
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