Two Maryland companies are tapping new 3D manufacturing resources by partnering with local federal facilities. Integrata Security and RPM Tech have each entered cooperative agreements through the Northeastern Maryland Additive Manufacturing Innovation Authority (NMAMIA) to expand their 3D prototyping capabilities. Integrata will be working with the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Find additional coverage, celebrating the State’s industrial heritage and today’s innovators, during Maryland Manufacturing Month. Zentech Manufacturing is no stranger to the ever-changing manufacturing industry in Maryland. The contract electronics manufacturer formed in 1998 and settled its operations in Windsor Mill in Baltimore County, where it still resides today. The
Maryland’s manufacturing industry has found allies on the State’s Eastern Shore. A unique partnership between State, county and local government in the region will assist a pharmaceutical manufacturer and others, the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) announced Tuesday. Aphena Pharma Solutions is slated to receive a $134,000 State
The recent recession left Centreville Manufacturing president John Doran at a crossroad. As construction spending in the United States declined, how would he maintain sales for the company’s specialized trailers and construction equipment? If he did not act quickly, he imagined he would be forced to close. The answer came through exporting. “If
One Maryland manufacturer has literally been to the moon and back. Providing the unique patches on the uniforms of Apollo 11 astronauts for the 1969 moon landing is just one example of Lion Brothers’ broad work history. More recently, Lion Brothers designed the patches for NBC correspondents at the Sochi
A preschooler peels back the label on a Crayola crayon. A happy hour-goer grasps a chilled bottle of Yuengling. A young mother reads the nutritional facts on a canister of Walgreens brand snacks. They’re all handling a range of easily-overlooked Maryland-manufactured inputs—the labels. Since 1896, Gamse Lithographing Company, has produced
The next time you’re filtering through airport security, consider that the equipment scanning you and your luggage was likely produced right here in Maryland. Smiths Detection, with its U.S. headquarters in Edgewood, is the world’s leading supplier of an array of tools used to detect weapons, explosives and chemical threats.
The second annual InvestMaryland Challenge is in full swing. If your business is in need of a jump start, check out this site for more information about the national business competition. The Challenge offers applicants free admission to networking events, social media promotion, scoring and feedback from judges, exposure to venture capital firms and angel investors
Robert Walker is Deputy Secretary of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. Supporting Maryland manufacturing is a top priority here at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, and a recent event organized by Walmart shed some light on revitalizing industry in our state and across the
Keep up with the latest statewide business and economic developments. The Washington Post spotlighted Patton Electronics, an electronics manufacturer in Gaithersburg with a patriotic rationale for keeping its products American-made. Southwest Airlines’ 2013 Medical Transportation Grant Program is donating free flights to seriously ill patients in need of Baltimore’s premier medical facilities, the Baltimore Sun reports.