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Dingley Press’s $17M expansion to add new equipment, jobs

Dingley Press, Lisbon’s largest employer and one of five major catalog printers in the United States, is undertaking a $17 million expansion.

Madison Paper Industries sells closed mill's hydro assets

Madison Paper Industries signed an agreement to sell its hydropower facilities to Eagle Creek Renewable Energy LLC, a Morristown, N.J.-based company.

Reed & Reed acquires electrical transmission contractor


Reed & Reed Inc., an employee-owned civil contractor firm based in Woolwich, announced Monday it has acquired PLC Construction of Farmington, N.H., a company that specializes in building electrical...

EPA eyes Lincoln mill CEO to oversee early cleanup efforts

The federal Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to have Keith Van Scotter, CEO of the shuttered Lincoln Paper and Tissue mill, oversee some of the initial environmental cleanup at the site.

Grassroots effort to redevelop GNP mill in Millinocket sparking interest

Our Katahdin, the nonprofit that purchased the former Great Northern Paper Co. assets in Millinocket for $1 in January, reports a dozen businesses have expressed interest in being part of local...

Biddeford firm a N.E. Innovation Award finalist


Fiber Materials Inc., a Biddeford company that develops and manufactures high-temperature materials and composites for defense, industrial, commercial and aerospace applications, has been named a...

Report pegs economic impact of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard at $756 million

The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery had a total economic impact of $756 million in 2016, according to a report released by the Seacoast Shipyard Association.

Finnish aircraft firm picks Brunswick Landing for U.S. headquarters

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Brunswick Landing has been selected as the headquarters for a joint venture between the Finnish aircraft company Atol Avion and a U.S.-based investor group that plans to build and distribute an...

MITC exporter awards include specialty rope maker, UMaine composites group


Yale Cordage, a Saco-based manufacturer of high-performance synthetic ropes, was among the winners of the 2017 International Trade and Investment Awards.

BIW christens its 36th Arleigh Burke-class destroyer


Bath Iron Works christened the U.S. Navy’s newest guided-missile destroyer, Thomas Hudner, on Saturday, marking an important milestone in the construction of the 36th Arleigh Burke-class...