Archive of: DuPont

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At Amazon fulfillment center in DuPont, robots do the work

At Amazon fulfillment center in DuPont, robots do the work

A peek inside the new, one-million square-foot Amazon Fulfillment Center in DuPont offers a glimpse at what the future might look like. Yes, there are robots.

February 2015

Real estate brokerage ‘going it alone’

Family real estate business will end its John L. Scott affiliation to concentrate on commercial and investment properties.

December 2014

BBB boots 15 companies, denies 11 others

Fifteen companies saw their Better Business Bureau accreditation removed in Q3 2014 for failing to operate within the BBB standards of fairness with customers. Most were for failure to quickly respond in good faith to disputes.

November 2014

40 Under Forty selected

Alumni judges have selected 40 South Sound young persons who will comprise the 2014 Class of 40 Under Forty, an annual recognition event that highlights up-and-coming business and community leaders.

July 2014

Credit union marketing honored

America’s Credit Union recently received four awards from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions.

July 2014

Lacey eye doc, team heading to Bolivia

Dr. Jay Rudd and four staff members from his Clarus Eye & Surgery Centre in Lacey are planning and packing for a week-long medical mission to Montero, Bolivia, in late June.

May 2014

Sound Transit to maintain Narrows Bypass

Sound Transit will administer all necessary track improvements for the state Dept. of Transportation's Point Defiance Bypass rail project between Nisqually and Tacoma.

April 2014

Top Places to Work Sold-Out

More than 265 participants will be at tomorrow evening’s Top Places to Work celebration in Tacoma, but the event is now Sold-Out.

March 2014

South Sound VA leader at White House

Mary Johanna Forbes, assistant director for Veterans Services for the State Department of Veterans Affairs, will be honored in a ceremony at the White House tomorrow.

March 2014

DuPont shoreline protected by pacts

Mayor Michael Grayum of DuPont has signed two conservation agreements, significant actions that are part of a collaborative effort to restore the Sequalitchew Creek Watershed in that city.

March 2014
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