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Loring Industries lays off six employees

Loring Industries laid off six employees last week due to a seasonal downtown, leaving the Limestone company with a workforce of about 12 employees.

Construction: With roof maintenance and repairs, no 'stopping anytime soon'

Laurie Schreiber |

Peter Horch founded Horch Roofing, in Warren, in 2003. In recent years, it has been among Maine's fastest-growing companies.

Boatbuilding: A diversified outlook for Belfast's Front Street Shipyard

Peter Van Allen |

Front Street Shipyard in Belfast has seen unprecedented growth in the past seven years.

'Game on!' for 2019: Maine business and nonprofit leaders share their New Year's resolutions

Renee Cordes |

With the New Year soon upon us, Mainebiz asked more than a dozen business and nonprofit leaders about their business resolutions for 2019, including hiring and growth plans. Here in no particular...

Tax lien remains obstacle, but CLT still seen as Millinocket mill site anchor

Maureen Milliken |

Despite failed attempts to move an IRS tax lien, Our Katahdin is still pursuing tenants for the 1,400-acre former Great Northern Paper mill site, with a cross-laminated timber producer remaining a...

Stantec lands $35M contract for Portsmouth Naval Shipyard upgrades

Staff |

Stantec (NYSE: STN), a global design firm with offices in Topsham and Scarborough, has received a $35 million contract to plan and create the preliminary design of a multi-mission dry dock and other...

BIW lands $910M contract for fifth DDG 51 destroyer

Staff |

The U.S. Navy awarded General Dynamics Bath Iron Works a $910.72 million contract to build a fifth DDG-51 destroyer as part of the multi-year award announced in September.

Mathews Brothers expansion to Hermon could mean 100 jobs

Laurie Schreiber |

Mathews Brothers Co., a window manufacturer in Belfast, is planning an expansion in Hermon that's expected to result in the creation of 80 to 100 jobs.

Origins Labs to add 25 jobs with new Wilton plant

Maureen Milliken |

Origins USA and Origins Labs is expanding, adding a new site for its nutritional supplements arm, and 25 or more jobs in the coming year, owner and President Pete Roberts said.

Six Maine paving plants part of $555M sale to global firm

Staff |

A Connecticut-based company that owns six hot-mix asphalt facilities in Maine sold its asphalt plants and paving division for $555 million to Eurovia SAS, a subsidiary of the Vinci Group in France,...

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