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Panel finds Auburn firm discriminated

The Maine Human Rights Commission ruled this week that Auburn manufacturer Tambrands Inc. likely discriminated against a work applicant because of his age.

New owner mum about Bucksport mill’s future

The future of Bucksport’s mill remains unclear under its new ownership by scrap metal company AIM Development, but two state agencies are now pressing for details.

Pittsfield manufacturer prepares for shutdown

UTC Fire & Security’s manufacturing plant in Pittsfield is gearing down activity as it prepares to shut down this spring.

Maine Textiles hires former financial services leader as CEO to head expansion

Dylan Martin |

Maine Textiles International LLC, the owner and operator of the Saco River Dyehouse, has hired a new CEO to lead the company’s expansion into domestic and international...

Gorham manufacturer gets Lockheed contract

Mega Industries, a Gorham-based manufacturer, has landed a $97,000 contract with Lockheed Martin to design and develop a waveguide system for the weather radar of a large military...

Former FHC CEO joins Boothbay manufacturer Biovation to push global sales

Dylan Martin |

Keri Seitz, the former CEO of FHC Inc., said she is excited to lead global sales for Biovation and help grow the company after recently joining the Boothbay-based manufacturing and...

OSHA proposes $108K fine for Auburn company

Formed Fiber Technologies, an Auburn-based manufacturer, is facing a $108,800 fine from federal workplace safety regulators for five "serious" violations and two...

BIW gets $13M destroyer contract

Bath Iron Works has been awarded a $13 million contract modification for work on Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, the

Biddeford company finds Maine’s climate suits its products

Maddy Butcher |

STABIL, a Biddeford company, couldn't have picked a better home state. With the highest average age in the country, combined with a long, snowy winter, falling is a common injury. It may...

Gorham manufacturer lands $2.6M contract

MEGA Industries, a Gorham-based manufacturer, has landed a $2.6 million contract to provide critical parts for a federally funded nuclear research laboratory in Michigan.

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