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October 20th, 2015


  1. Agility, Leadership Keep Summit Steel on Path to Growth

    Complementing outstanding leadership by president Gary Romig, Summit Steel’s growth was supported in a collaborative effort among three economic development entities. The result is Summit Steel’s 100,000-square-foot facility and 85 employees. Read more: http://bit.ly/1Xic0cW

  2. Noble Biomaterials’ Anti-Odor Technology Earns bluesign® Certification

    Noble Biomaterials Inc., a Scranton-based manufacturer of antimicrobial and anti-odor technologies for performance fabrics, has received bluesign product line approval for its XT2™ technology. XT2 employs a proprietary process to provide permanent anti-odor protection that does not wash off or wear out. The XT2 product line meets bluesign requirements for durability, adherence, efficacy and low Continue Reading…

  3. “New Manufacturers” Boost Bethlehem

    Though Bethlehem Steel ceased operations in Bethlehem years ago, the city is well on its way to a full recovery from industrial decline. The SouthSide Bethlehem Keystone Innovation Zone is one of many zones in the state that are designed to provide a range of benefits to start-ups. Some are describing these small technology-based startups Continue Reading…