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CVS HEALTH CORP. said that an employee working in its Lincoln office tested positive for COVID-19, and an unknown number of other employees out of that office have been placed on a 14-day cautionary quarantine. / COURTESY CVS HEALTH CORP.

Local colleges, businesses step up efforts to fight coronavirus spread

PROVIDENCE – Local businesses and colleges on Tuesday continued to take steps to limit the spread of COVID-19, placing employees under cautionary quarantine, restricting...

PBN reschedules manufacturing awards program to May 7

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News on Tuesday announced that it is rescheduling its 2020 Manufacturing Awards Program to May 7. The event originally planned for...

Electric Boat’s Davies named among 16 winners in PBN Manufacturing Awards...

PROVIDENCE – General Dynamics Electric Boat Vice President of Operations and Quonset Point Facility General Manager Sean Davies has been honored in the category...
SHIP IT: Supply Chain Manager Daphne Johnstad and Supply Chain Director David Seaback, center, check in with Shipping Manager Peter Reynolds at Amgen Rhode Island’s West Greenwich facility.
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Amgen Rhode Island finds antidote for exporting obstacles

Amgen Rhode Island Exporting Excellence, 2019 PBN Manufacturing Awards While Amgen Inc.’s Rhode Island operation usually ships most of its biologic products to the drug manufacturer’s...
MINDING THE STORAGE: Steve Lorello, left, account manager, discusses logistics with warehouse associate Donald Roderick, center, and Gordon Fox, team leader, at Dean Warehouse Services.
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Dean Warehouse Services maintains an impeccable track record

Dean Warehouse Services Inc. Supply Chain Excellence | 2019 Manufacturing Awards Dean Warehouse Services Inc. is a family business, but it operates at the level of...
MIX IT UP: Chi Foods CEO Minnie Luong stirs the ingredients for a fresh batch of kimchi in the company’s kitchen.
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RUPERT WHITELEY

Chi Foods develops recipe for success

Chi Foods LLC  Emerging Manufacturer | 2019 Manufacturing Awards Minnie Luong was living in a Cambridge, Mass., apartment a few years ago when she decided...
GIVING VOICE: Dave Chenevert, executive director of the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association, has been busy advocating for companies at the Statehouse and beyond.
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RIMA’s Chenevert fixates on problem-solving in manufacturing sector

Dave Chenevert, Rhode Island Manufacturers Association Manufacturing Champion | 2019 Manufacturing Awards If there is one thing Dave Chenevert loves as much as solving problems...
A KEEN EYE: President and CEO George Mock, right, inspects a piece of machinery at Nye Lubricants, along with Jason Galary, center, director of research and development, and Gus Flaherty, manager of engineering development and applications.
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WHITELEY

Nye smooths way for its clients to push the envelope

Nye Lubricants inc. Overall Excellence, 150-499 employees | 2019 PBN Manufacturing Awards Any company that has a founder related to TV star, inventor and best-selling author...
IN SESSION: CEO and President Karl Wadensten, right, leads a meeting of employees at VIBCO.
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VIBCO spurs its employees to stretch their limits

VIBCO Inc. Workforce Development & Productivity | 2019 Manufacturing Awards There aren’t too many companies that can claim their products have been to the moon,...
BY DESIGN: Printer Tom Willis, left, shows freshly printed graphics to NFI President Renaud Megard, center, and Manufacturing Director Mark Smith.
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Sustainability is part of digital printer NFI’s designs

Nameplates for Industry Corp. Green Manufacturing | 2019 Manufacturing Awards Nameplates for Industry Corp.’s products have been shot into space, put into submarines and can be...

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