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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

A list of reasons to honor manufacturers: Overdue recognition of sector of N.J. companies...

Glebar Cos. in Ramsey increased production of syringes. Kuehne Co. in North Hackensack upped its output of bleach. Zago Manufacturing in Newark made more of the fasteners that were needed to help ventilators run. And Super Stud...

A push to market manufacturing jobs — to N.J. residents

New Jersey and Manufacturing: Perfect Together. If it sounds like a promotional pitch, that’s because it is. Or, at least, it’s a marketing pitch that some key manufacturing and business officials would like to see...

Disinfectant wipe maker Anthem feels expertise is key to continued growth post-pandemic

Clifton-based Anthem, as a company that had already established itself as a leading disinfecting wipe manufacturer before the pandemic, had predictable growth last year: 500% of it. Don't call it a spike, however. Because that...

NJMEP gets $25K donation for efforts to expose youth to manufacturing opportunities

The Team Eagle Foundation, a nonprofit established to help recognize the need for continued support of youth by providing them with training, announced this week it is donating $25,000 to the New Jersey Manufacturing...

Little Falls label company acquired by New York firm

A Little Falls company that converts labels and other products for the pharmaceutical and other industries has been acquired by a firm from Rye, New York. Dunes Point Capital LP, through its portfolio company Premium...

A push for Murphy to sign GEARR bill, which would be big boost to...

A bill currently sits on Gov. Phil Murphy’s desk that would create a commission to help make state government more efficient and responsive to business, while bringing transparency to all New Jersey taxpayers. It has...

NJMEP to partner with African American Chamber on training initiatives

The manufacturing sector in New Jersey has long been in need of more applicants for advanced manufacturing and other positions. Help may be on the way. On Tuesday, the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program announced...

Manufacturing Cares Food Drive tops $700K — here’s how you can donate

Most know John Kennedy as the fierce advocate for manufacturing in the state as the CEO of the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program. Others know him for his philanthropic efforts. This week, Kennedy and his wife,...

Q&A: Manufacturers ask N.J. officials about workforce training programs, reopening state, incentives for making...

The New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program worked hard to get 32 state officials to participate in its virtual state-of-the-state of manufacturing event Thursday — and it got them to take questions, too. That was appreciated,...

Sweeney: ‘I’m looking for more manufacturing in N.J., not less’

State Senate President Steve Sweeney wasn’t afraid to admit it: When John Kennedy, the CEO of the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, first approached Sweeney about creating a manufacturing caucus, Sweeney didn’t understand why...

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