Manufacturing & Production
DWE, also known as D. Wheatley Enterprises, Inc., is relocating its headquarters and manufacturing operations to Belcamp in Harford County and adding 40 new jobs over the next four years. A growing engineering and manufacturing company, DWE will invest more than $2.3 million into a new 45,000 square-foot building on
For breakfast, most Marylanders stick with the usual offerings: a bowl of cereal, a cup of tea, or a travel mug filled with coffee. Few, however, think about starting their day with a tall glass of kombucha. The folks at Mobtown Fermentation are looking to change that by defining kombucha
Iron World™, the fastest-growing distributor of decorative steel fences and gates in the country, is expanding its manufacturing operations in Howard County and adding 50 new jobs in the next two years. The company will invest $1 million in the project to streamline its manufacturing process and reduce costs. Improvements
An old tradition is coming back to life thanks to a local distillery and a Navy warship. Tobacco Barn Distillery of Southern Maryland and the Historic Ships in Baltimore have teamed up to create a Maryland-made rum, complete with molasses from Baltimore’s Domino Sugar. The two 53-gallon rum barrels – weighing
RDI Wire & Cable Solutions, Inc., a veteran-owned manufacturing company that provides products for the military, aerospace, automotive, and engineering industries, is expanding its presence in Wicomico County. With a current staff of 20 employees, the company plans to hire 50 new employees over the next three years, including workers
The market for the specialized, environmental monitoring instruments made by Green Eyes isn’t large, but it’s growing – especially in Asia. That’s given the Easton-based company a golden opportunity to thrive. “We don’t have a lot of competitors,” said Director Vincent Kelly. More than half of Green Eyes’ work this
Crystal Steel Fabricators, a family-owned structural steel fabricator headquartered in Delmar, Del., is opening a new manufacturing facility in Caroline County, and creating 126 new jobs over the next two years. The company recently acquired the 100,000 square-foot former ES Steel building in the Frank Adams Industrial Park in Federalsburg.
With 3,680 manufacturing businesses supporting a workforce of 103,630, there’s a lot to celebrate about Maryland’s manufacturing industry. Earlier this week, Governor Larry Hogan stressed the importance of the manufacturing industry by proclaiming October as Maryland Manufacturing Month. Additionally, this Friday, Oct. 7, is Manufacturing Day, a nationwide celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the
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Taylor Farms, a produce manufacturing and distribution company, is growing its footprint in Maryland to meet growing customer demand for its healthy eating products. The company, which has had a location in Maryland since 2004, is expanding its Annapolis Junction manufacturing operations and plans to add 150 new jobs in