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New sailmaker sets up shop in Boothbay

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The Boothbay region, a mecca of boatbuilding, now has a new sailmaking business.

Ceramic filter maker Cerahelix opening manufacturing site in Bangor

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Cerahelix, an Orono-based innovator of ceramic filters for a wide range of industries including mining, food and beverage and pharmaceuticals, is revving up for its next phase with the opening of a...

East Boothbay boatbuilder builds toys for Toys for Tots

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Hodgdon Yachts of East Boothbay has constructed nearly 150 toys to donate to Toys for Tots.

Leveraging niche market, Hodgdon splashes two tenders for European megayacht

Laurie Schreiber |

The launch of two new tenders for a superyacht under construction in Germany signals a thriving niche market — although one facing increasing competition — for the Damariscotta superyacht...

Group eyes global ‘nanosatellite’ market as opportunity for Maine

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The Maine Space Grant Consortium is looking at the growing global nanosatellite market as an opportunity for Maine interests.

SMCC opens welding lab to train BIW prospects

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Southern Maine Community College said Monday that it has opened a new welding lab with state-of-the-art equipment to train prospective employees for Bath Iron Works, which is owned by General...

Deals, deals, deals: Maine companies are hot property

Peter Van Allen |

The recent acquisition of Waterboro-based Howe & Howe Technologies, maker of sophisticated off-road and robotic vehicles for the Army, is just the latest in what is shaping up as a...

Front Street Shipyard's Building 6 now 'open for business'

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A 22,500-square-foot facility that enhances Front Street Shipyard's ability to work on large vessels at its Belfast yard is now open for business.

Wreaths Across America will bring Maine balsam to Normandy, France

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Continuing a Maine businessman's tradition that began 26 years ago, Columbia Falls-based nonprofit Wreaths Across America will soon place 9,400 locally made balsam wreaths at the graves of military...

Bursting at seams, Lewiston sign-maker finds the 'perfect tall building' to meet his needs

Laurie Schreiber |

After unsuccessfully searching for larger space for his growing custom sign-making operation, Neokraft Signs owner and President Phil Bolduc had resigned himself to adding on to his existing space in...

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