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Northwest Innovation Works doubles investment in Tacoma

Today, Northwest Innovation Works that it is nearly doubling its capital investment at its planned Port of Tacoma facility, making for a total of four natural gas-to-methanol production lines and an investment of $3.4 billion.

September 2015

Regal Logistics expands to meet new growth

Regal Logistics, a full-service logistics company operating contract and public warehouses, is expanding its distribution center in Fife to meet new customer growth.

September 2015

State studying mini-nuclear plants

Washington State is taking another crack at nuclear power — except this time, it comes in a fun-size pack.

August 2015

Eco Products facility growing in Tacoma

Eco Building Products, a manufacturer and coater of WoodSurfaceFilmTM and FRC technology (fire retardant coating), reported growth at its new Tacoma facility today.

August 2015

RIP: Legendary Tacoma biz leader

James H. Wiborg, 90, who started the first plastic pipe manufacturing company on the West Coast in 1953, died at his Tacoma home. During more than 50 years of business activity, as president, CEO and later chairman, he also grew Univar Corp. into a $1.5 billion public company.

August 2015

Second 2015 penalty for Emerald

Employee error is cited as the cause of two hazardous waste spills on consecutive days last December at Tacoma's Emerald Services Inc. A $99,000 penalty was announced today by the state Department of Ecology.

July 2015

Adding Tucson to Tacoma firm

One of Tacoma's prominent industrial supply houses, Stellar Industrial Supply, has announced a pending expansion into Arizona.

July 2015

Kitson Boards trying to make comeback

Today, the company sent out an email explaining that it would soon be coming to Kickstarter under a new name, K Boards.

July 2015

Manufacturing earnings off in Q1 2015

Personal income earnings from manufacturing of durable goods in Washington state fell almost 3 percent to start 2015, according to new data today.

June 2015

U.S. trade balance improved in April

Fewer American consumers bought cell phones and textile goods in April, while customers in other countries continued to receive new airliners and other manufactured goods. The result was a drop in the International Trade Deficit over March.

June 2015
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