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RAIL WAY: Armen Dumapias, drylin saw operator for igus inc., cuts a rail down to size at the East Providence facility. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Igus inc. continues to grow in both size and innovation

PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Overall Excellence, 150-499 employees: igus Inc. WITH MORE THAN 50 years of experience developing and producing engineered plastics, Cologne, Germany-based...
EVOLVING BUSINESS: From left, Yushin America Inc. President Takaya Sugimura, National Sales Manager Christopher Parillo, Human Resources Manager Karen Paolucci, Director of Operations Michael R. Greenhalgh and Inventory and Parts Sales Manager Brad Haworth are constantly evolving the company’s operations to better serve and strengthen relationships with its customers. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Yushin America Inc. strives to understand and meet growing customer need

PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Overall Excellence, 50-149 employees: Yushin America Inc. YUSHIN AMERICA INC., and its team, constantly seeks new and innovative ways to...
HOMEMADE BEGINNINGS: From left, store manager Brandi White with co-owners Steph and Jake Kopper at Shore Soap in Newport. The Koppers opened the shop at the suggestion of friends and family who were impressed with the couple’s homemade 12-bar batches of soap, which began as a hobby.
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Shore’s scents of luxury

For Jake and Steph Kopper, the entrepreneurial spark came from a gift of luxury soap. Interested in obtaining more but turned off by the price...

Barrington extends ban on plastics

BARRINGTON – The Town Council has outlawed a host of single-use plastics and foams, such as Styrofoam and other disposable items, including plastic utensils,...
WATER POLLUTION: Johnathan Berard, state director of Clean Water Action and co-chair of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s Task Force to Tackle Plastics, holds jars of water he collected from Narragansett Bay to show the body of water’s pollution when advocating in front of elected officials. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Raimondo forms task force to tackle plastic pollution

In three years, seven Rhode Island cities and towns have begun banning single-use plastic bags – the ones distributed by grocery stores that often...

Raimondo seeks to reduce plastic litter

NARRAGANSETT – At a pavilion at Scarborough State Beach, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo signed an executive order Monday to cut down on plastic litter...

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