Olympus Medical Systems Group has entered into an exclusive U.S. distribution agreement with Endo-Therapeutics, Inc., for SwirlNet, a therapeutic tool used for endoscopic foreign body retrieval from the body, such as buttons, batteries and marbles.
A report on the outlook of Lehigh Valley businesses showed a dramatic drop in hiring over the last six months, even as they ramped up purchasing orders in anticipation of new tariff impacts.
The 2020 video contest encourages students to “explore and get excited about cool manufacturing careers” and to produce profiles of companies throughout Pennsylvania, according to the MRC.
Habitat for Humanity of the Lehigh Valley is breaking ground next week on a new eight-home construction project in East Allentown.
Pennsylvanians permitted to buy medical marijuana may be more likely to stop taking the medicine because of its cost and the inability to find a consistent supply of the same strain, according to a recent survey by the Pennsylvania DOH.
Air Products and Chemicals of Trexlertown said it promoted Simon Moore, vice president of investor relations and corporate relations, to an expanded role where he will lead the company’s global sustainability efforts.
“People are going to break phones so be prepared,” Tedesco said. “We’re the ones who see it after it breaks. Hindsight is 20/20. Get advice in advance before it breaks.”
Northampton County has a population of just under 303,000 and is home to many major and nationally known employers including C. F. Martin & Co in Nazareth, the maker of Martin Guitars; candy maker Just Born Inc. in Bethlehem, and art products manufacturer, Crayola Inc., in Easton.
Manufacturers in the Greater Lehigh Valley and Central Pennsylvania are keeping a close eye on China.
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A New York-based cable television provider said it plans to purchase Lehigh Valley- based Service Electric Cable T.V’s New Jersey operations for $150 million.
Allegiant Travel Co. cemented its presence in the valley with the opening of its $50 million aircraft base at Lehigh Valley International Airport on Wednesday, bringing new routes for air travelers and more than 60 new employees.