Since 1955, T&W Traffic Control has decorated midstate streets and highways in orange, yellow and white.
Lebanon County businesses E&E Metal Fab Inc. and Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts teamed up with Rockville, Maryland-based sculptor Zachary Oxman to create a statue memorializing fantasy author Ray Bradbury.
Nestle Purina Pet Care Co.'s Hampden Township, Cumberland County factory has had a mutually beneficial relationship with Thaddeus Stevens College for ten years. The factory provides time and resources to the Lancaster college and many of the school's students have moved on to careers with the factory. As the state's manufacturing companies struggle to find new hires in a a record low unemployment,[...]
Carlisle Construction Materials has opened a new research and development facility in Carlisle. Stewart & Tate Construction built the $10.1 million complex.
The company formed out of Armstrong Flooring’s hardwood-flooring business plans to move its headquarters to West Hempfield Township.
Three years after moving to North York, Old Republic Distillery is investing in a much larger still to boost its production volumes and expand its lineup of craft spirits. Old Republic was the first small-scale distillery to open in Central Pennsylvania after Pennsylvania created a limited distillery licensing category in 2012. Now there are nearly 20 distilleries in the midstate.
Donald R. Maier has stepped down from his role as president and CEO of Armstrong Flooring Inc. and is being replaced by Larry McWilliams (pictured), chair of Armstrong’s board of directors, until a permanent CEO can be found.
Cincinnati, Ohio-based The Kroger Co. has closed on the sale of Turkey Hill Dairy with a Texas-based private equity firm. The price was $215 million.
A York County businessman and philanthropist was posthumously honored with the first Manufacturing Trailblazer award given by the Manufacturers’ Association.
A Bucks County middle school took home the top honors in this year's statewide “What's So Cool About Manufacturing” video contest.
Craft-beer continues to expand across the country, with Pennsylvania helping to lead the charge as the No. 2 state for brewery openings last year. But with growth comes the challenge of market share and a thinner piece of the pie.
A Lancaster County Farmer’s contention that private group sales free him from government regulation will likely not sway the courts in an upcoming lawsuit.