Manufacturing & Production
Looking for the perfect unique gift this holiday season? Don’t forget to #ShopSmall at stores in your community and #BuyLocalMD products. Check out more Maryland gift-giving suggestions here. As a lifelong Ocean City resident, Wyatt Harrison spent every summer working at Malibu’s Surf Shop on the boardwalk. During his 14
Pinnacle Foods Inc. (NYSE: PF), a leading producer, marketer and distributor of high-quality branded food products in the U.S., has announced plans to locate a manufacturing facility in Hagerstown. The company initially plans to create 85 to 125 full-time jobs in Hagerstown by December 2018. The facility, formerly owned by
Woodgrain Millwork, a family-owned and operated business that is one of the largest millwork operations in the country, has announced plans to open a new distribution center in Baltimore City. The company – a manufacturer of mouldings and turnings, and distributer of doors, windows, and other woodwork – will locate
CHUTES International, a company that produces a variety of plastic and metal laundry and trash chutes, is expanding its manufacturing operations in Charles County. The company plans to relocate from its current 12,000 square-foot facility in White Plains to a more than 43,000-square-foot location on Industrial Park Drive in Waldorf.
Say the name Sparrows Point to anyone in southeastern Baltimore County and they’re bound to reply with, “Oh, I know someone who worked at the mill.” The mill in question — Bethlehem Steel. Sparrows Point was farmland owned by local families until, in 1887, it was sold to the Maryland
This week, the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) joined Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) Secretary Kelly Schulz and Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives Steven J. McAdams to visit NRL & Associates in Stevensville to celebrate the company’s move to a new facility.
July 2015 Manufacturing Pulse: Training the workers of tomorrow Carl Livesay is the Manufacturing Director at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. Maryland’s growing advanced manufacturing base got a shot of booster fuel this summer and beyond from an exciting new program in Northwest Baltimore. Advanced manufacturing is a
May 2015 Business Pulse: Insights on McCormick & Company’s decision to stay in Maryland Secretary Mike Gill leads the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. Business News Maryland farmers markets, “incubators” for entrepreneurs – MDBizNews SocialToaster is hiring, seeking clients in Maryland after raising $1.9M – BBJ Betamore plans major
Paul Reed Smith Guitars (PRS)—beloved by rock stars and students alike—plans to take its guitar manufacturing operation to the next level. With assistance from a $100,000 conditional grant from the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) and a $200,000 conditional grant from the Queen Anne’s County Board of Commissioners, PRS plans to introduce a
Typically when a wall comes tumbling down, it’s cause for alarm. At Marlin Steel Wire, however, it’s cause for celebration. The company, which moved to Baltimore from Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1998, is expanding for the second time in less than four years. As a result of the expansion, Marlin Steel