Hempt Bros. Inc., a highway contractor and supplier of construction materials in Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, has been purchased by New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., based in Bedford County.Read More »
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is trying to make it a little easier for former military personnel to transition to the civilian workforce.Read More »
While it’s always been important to achieving end results in manufacturing, COVID-19 has emphasized the critical nature of solid supply chain management and practices in meeting customer and consumer needs.Read More »
Pennsylvania is not among the states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic that will initially join the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI)—a regional effort to reduce pollution from vehicles. But observers say that state leaders might join later, after more details are worked out.Read More »
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented online shopping for holiday gifts and supplies. But as anyone who has ever given or received a Christmas present knows – returns are an inevitable part of the process.Read More »
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has once again extended the expiration dates for commercial driver licenses and commercial learner’s permits because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More »
Westward ho! Yuengling, once Pa.’s best-kept secret, is expanding its market and Pottsville couldn’t be happier.
Now as the Yuengling, America's oldest brewery, prepares to expand from its current 22-state East Coast footprint and become a national brand, the company is ready to become a national favorite and residents of Pottsville are excited to share their hometown beer.Read More »
People are starting to see that the risk in some sectors is diminishing. Manufacturing is returning, demand is coming back. Some industries, like the ecommerce space is really taking off,”Read More »
The Mack Trucks plant in Lower Macungie Township was among facilities honored by the U.S. Department of Energy for reducing waste.Read More »
Mass transit provider Rabbittransit will restore services on Sunday, June 14, to several additional counties which moved into the green phase of reopening June 12.Read More »
As the Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority readies itself for a return to air travel, it’s launching a new “Fly Safe with ABE” campaign to let travelers know the airport is taking all the safety precautions it can to prevent the spread of COVID-19.Read More »
Talking the trucking industry with Joe Butzer, interim president of the Pa. Motor Truck Association.
CPBJ sat down with Joe Butzer, interim president of the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association to talk about his decision to step up as president after Kevin Stewart's passing, and the future of the trucking industry in Pa.Read More »
The American Bus Association estimates that nationally, the motor coach industry and, in particular charter buses, will likely only return to around 25% capacity by the end of the year.Read More »