Archive of: Manufacturing

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Top Places to Work: ‘Lift' & Improve

Top Places to Work program recognizes companies and organizations where staff members are valued and included, even to the point of offering learning so each can grow individually. Torklift Central in Kent believes that approach is part of its 40 years' success. United Way in Lewis County has a 55 year history that also highly values its small staff.

May 2016
Port to sell Satsop NewWood equipment

Port to sell Satsop NewWood equipment

Satsop Business Park has given up finding a new operator for a closed manufacturing operation there and will sell off the equipment left behind when NewWood closed three years ago.

May 2016

Auburn company a Boeing Suppliers of Year

Orion Industries has been honored by Boeing as one of its 2015 Suppliers of the Year.

April 2016

Interfor to demolish Simpson Lumber mill, build warehouses

According to a public notice released by the City of Tacoma Development Services, Interfor is planning to demolish existing buildings at East 11th Street.

April 2016

What’s next for industrial?

Day-after observations of the end of a methanol plant proposal expand to 'What is the role of industrial activity in South Sound?'

April 2016

Port will still get $1.4 million+

Backers of the now-dead methanol production facility at Tacoma's port will be making a large payment to the Port this month to end the lease.

April 2016

Tacoma methanol plant abandoned

Citing expansive regulatory controls and inadequate time, the Chinese-back company that had proposed a massive methanol plant at Port of Tacoma has ended its lease option on the property.

April 2016

Study: Methanol plant would reap big economic benefit

A new economic impact study released today about the proposed methanol manufacturing facility touts two things: Jobs and money.

April 2016

Kent aerospace supplier planning expansion

According to a permit application with the City of Kent, Exotic Metals Forming Company is looking to build a new 127,163 square-foot manufacturing facility.

March 2016

Major limestone supplier shutting down Tacoma operations

Graymont, a British Columbia-based lime and limestone product supplier, is shutting down some operations at its Tacoma plant and could leave the city altogether.

March 2016
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