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By Lynda Cohen
Vineland | October 26, 2017 at 10:27 am

26 10, 2017

Produce firm buys ex-Progresso plant, expanding S. Jersey presence

2017-10-30T10:45:59+00:00

Vineland’s former General Mills Progresso Soup plant has a new tenant. F&S Produce, a supplier of fresh cut fruits and vegetables, finalized the purchase this week. It already has two production facilities in Rosenhayn, so the new Cumberland County location will increase its size and capabilities. “Our new, state-of-the-art production ...

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Produce firm buys ex-Progresso plant, expanding S. Jersey presence 2017-10-30T10:45:59+00:00
25 10, 2017

Family Business of the Year Awards honor 16 N.J. firms

2017-10-27T10:53:56+00:00

This year was the most competitive yet for the New Jersey Family Business of the Year Awards luncheon, which is celebrating its 25th year, according to the judges. That could come as a surprise, considering the perception of small, family-owned businesses in corporate America. Al Titone, New Jersey district director ...

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Family Business of the Year Awards honor 16 N.J. firms 2017-10-27T10:53:56+00:00
24 10, 2017

JCP&L names emergency preparedness manager

2017-10-26T09:36:55+00:00

Jersey Central Power & Light has a new manager of emergency preparedness, parent company FirstEnergy Corp. announced Monday. In her new role, Kimberly S. Contos will serve as the Morristown-based utility’s liaison with federal, state and local emergency preparedness organizations, as well as overseeing JCP&L’s preparedness initiatives that help ensure ...

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JCP&L names emergency preparedness manager 2017-10-26T09:36:55+00:00
23 10, 2017

Mt. Laurel testing products firm’s CEO to retire at year-end

2017-11-03T11:14:13+00:00

Mount Laurel’s inTEST Corp.’s leader will retire at the end of the year. Robert E. Matthiessen is the executive chairman, CEO and president of the designer and manufacturer of temperature management products and semiconductor automatic test equipment interface solutions. He will continue as chairman of the board of directors, which ...

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Mt. Laurel testing products firm’s CEO to retire at year-end 2017-11-03T11:14:13+00:00
16 10, 2017

South Jersey Industries buying Elizabethtown Gas, Md. utility

2017-10-18T11:37:33+00:00

South Jersey Industries has entered into agreements for the assets of two gas companies. Folsom-based SJI will become the state’s second-largest natural gas provider after completing the deal for Elizabethtown Gas and Maryland-based Elkton Gas from Pivotal Utility Holdings Inc., a Southern Company Gas subsidiary. Both companies will come at ...

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South Jersey Industries buying Elizabethtown Gas, Md. utility 2017-10-18T11:37:33+00:00
16 10, 2017

Ewing petroleum firm adds assets, bolstering N.J./N.Y. presence

2017-10-18T11:38:39+00:00

Hough Petroleum has acquired Gordon Petroleum’s wholesale dealer supply assets, adding about 5 million gallons annually to Hough’s fuel volume in New Jersey and New York. Mike Kelly, new senior director of wholesale and retail sales, will help steer Hough’s acquisition. Kelly has more than 25 years of industry experience ...

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Ewing petroleum firm adds assets, bolstering N.J./N.Y. presence 2017-10-18T11:38:39+00:00
16 10, 2017

Honeywell names new head of M&A, replacing promoted exec

2017-10-16T10:08:43+00:00

Honeywell has named Brian S. Cook as vice president of corporate development and global head of mergers & acquisitions. "Brian has been responsible for leveraging Honeywell's acquisition strategy effectively to establish a stronger portfolio that positions us for the long term. His leadership in identifying adjacent market opportunities and new ...

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Honeywell names new head of M&A, replacing promoted exec 2017-10-16T10:08:43+00:00
13 10, 2017

Exxon expanding Clinton facility; Paulsboro workers moving there

2017-10-17T09:45:07+00:00

ExxonMobil is expanding its research facility in Clinton. The company announced it broke ground Friday at what it called a key center of innovation that supports the company’s broad research and development programs. Employees at ExxonMobil’s Paulsboro research facility will relocate there. The expansion of the facility that houses company’s ...

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Exxon expanding Clinton facility; Paulsboro workers moving there 2017-10-17T09:45:07+00:00
11 10, 2017

N.J. posts first monthly job loss in four-plus years, ADP says

2017-10-13T12:14:07+00:00

New Jersey’s private-sector employment shrank in September, according to the latest report from Roseland-based ADP. The payroll and human resources firm said in its monthly ADP Regional Employment Report that the Garden State lost 600 jobs for the month, fueled by a 1,400-job loss in the services sector. It was ...

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N.J. posts first monthly job loss in four-plus years, ADP says 2017-10-13T12:14:07+00:00
10 10, 2017

Honeywell spinning off two units worth $7.5B into standalone firms

2017-10-13T12:03:27+00:00

Honeywell is spinning off two businesses worth about $7.5 billion into standalone, publicly traded companies, it announced Tuesday. The Morris Plains-based company will separate its Homes and ADI global businesses, along with its Transportation Systems, in spinoffs to Honeywell shareowners that are tax-free for U.S. federal income tax purposes. The ...

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Honeywell spinning off two units worth $7.5B into standalone firms 2017-10-13T12:03:27+00:00
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