Retiring Pennsylvania Chamber president reflects on serving the state
Gene Barr says it's been a great ride working to make Pennsylvania a better place to work, live and play.
State grant to fund manufacturing career camp programs
Governor Tom Wolf announced new funding for Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs (NBT), a charitable foundation of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International, through Pennsylvania’s Manufacturing PA Training-to-Career Program (MTTC) to introduce students to careers in manufacturing through Summer Manufacturing Camps throughout Pennsylvania.
The Rodale Institute selected to receive federal money for agricultural sustainability
The Rodale Institute, Berks County, is one of 23 projects across the state to receive a federal grant intended to grow markets and increase the quality, safety and sustainability of the state’s specialty crops.
Distribution center in Allentown looking to hire 90-120 employees before opening in the fall
Wisconsin-based Uline, a shipping supply specialist, is opening a new distribution center in Allentown and plans to hire between 90-120 associates to staff the facility.
Microscopy distribution and service center leases space in Bethlehem industrial park
A Massachusetts firm is partnering with J. G. Petrucci Co. Inc., to build a microscopy distribution and service center in Bethlehem.
B. Braun joins partnership to help frontline health care workers
Braun Medical Inc. of Bethlehem, a manufacturer of infusion therapy and pain management, has announced a collaboration agreement with Massachusetts General Hospital, one of the nation's leading research hospitals, to jointly develop innovative solutions to help frontline health care workers improve patient care and reduce the daily stress brought on by workplace demands.
Penn State Berks grad turns love of camping into new business
It’s a Monday morning and Nathan Bonslaver is going camping.
Berks County firm among nine to receive PIDA low-interest loans
F.M. Brown’s Sons Inc. of Sinking Spring received a Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority low-interest loan to purchase processing equipment, Governor Tom Wolf said today.
Free training for machining positions offered
Northampton Community College is holding a free hands-on program to provide students with the skills needed to fill machining positions in Lehigh Valley and the Poconos.
Growth of craft beer, wine and distilleries leads to new degree at Northampton Community College
The growth of the craft beer, wine and spirits industry has led Northampton Community College to offer a Craft Distillery degree for those interested in a career in the industries.
New craft beer a collaboration of two Reading businesses
Chatty Monks Brewery and Unique Snacks, two Reading craft businesses, have partnered to create Split Face, an Amber Lager featuring a savory hint of pretzel.
Soltech Solutions named Entrepreneurial Success of Year by SBA
Soltech Solutions, Bethlehem, is the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania District’s Entrepreneurial Success of the Year.