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East Boothbay-built Comanche yacht breaks transatlantic sailing record

Kevin Steeves |

Comanche, the 100-foot supermaxi yacht built at the East Boothbay-based Hodgdon Yachts, is celebrating another victory, shattering the west-to-east transatlantic monohull sailing record Thursday...

Brunswick startup lauded for work in hospital construction zone

Staff |

The Brunswick-based STARC Systems played a key role in keeping patients safe during the Central Maine Medical Center’s recent renovation of its emergency department.

Flowfold drafts former Putney manager as COO

James Morin, the former manager of commercial operations for the Portland-based veterinary product company Putney Inc., has been named chief operating officer of Flowfold, a Peaks Island company...

Jay mill owner, Verso, emerges from bankruptcy

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Verso Corp., the Memphis, Tenn.-based owner of the Jay paper mill, has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy after significantly reducing its debt.

Switch to in-house machinery creates six jobs at Augusta printer

Six new jobs will be coming to J.S. McCarthy Printers when a new paper-cutting machine is installed at the Augusta-based commercial printer’s facility at 15 Darin Drive.

New investment sparks a dyehouse's move to Saco

Laurie Schreiber |

SACO — Saco River Dyehouse recently completed its move into larger quarters at 34 Spring Hill Road in Saco from its old space in the Pepperell Mill Complex across the river in Biddeford.

Brewers, Pingree roundtable aims to expand craft beer impact

Lori Valigra |

Members of Maine's craft brewing industry, politicians and related associations met this morning at Shipyard Brewing Co.'s tasting room in Portland's East Bayside neighborhood to discuss boosting the...

Auburn Manufacturing wins early ruling on Chinese imports

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The U.S. Department of Commerce has issued an initial ruling that Chinese manufacturers of silica fabric are receiving subsidies that give them an unfair advantage over the Mechanic Falls industrial...

Maine Stitching moves into the big business of the Stars and Stripes

This July 4 brought a first for Skowhegan-based Maine Stitching Specialties, as it was the first Independence Day that American flags produced by the company were available on select store shelves,...

Portland clothing manufacturer nets trio of business awards

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American Roots, a Portland-based manufacturer of American and union-made outerwear that opened its doors less than a year, has been recognized with three business awards.

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