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Piscataway’s Solidia moving HQ out of state, aiming to fast-track growth as commercial venture

Piscataway-based Solidia Technologies is relocating its headquarters to San Antonio, according to a Thursday announcement, although the company will retain a satellite office in New Jersey. Future expansion plans include a commercial-scale production facility and...

Win for home team: $20M manufacturing voucher program for N.J. companies only

You can call the state’s $20 million manufacturing voucher program a unique way to get direct dollars into the hands of companies in a sector that appears to be on the cusp of exploding...

Raimondo, Pallone make case for cabinet-level position for manufacturing

When U.S. companies compete for manufacturing facilities with other locations across the world, they often are competing against more than just tax incentives and wage costs — they are competing against other governments, too. U.S....

$20M Manufacturers Voucher Program will offer grants of up to $250K

Gov. Phil Murphy, making good on his longstanding promise and desire to expand the manufacturing base in the state, will announce Monday morning in Eatontown the creation of the New Jersey Manufacturers Voucher Program...

Raimondo at Middlesex event: CHIPS Act is about economic (and national) security

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo played a key role in the passing of the $52.7 million CHIPS Act this summer, a bill aimed at bringing more manufacturing — especially in the semiconductor industry...

Why wind energy/clean energy could be big win for N.J.’s manufacturing sector

Tim Sullivan didn’t have an exact count — he just knew it was a lot. As in, a lot more than anyone would have thought. Sullivan, the CEO of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority,...

Need employees? These groups have them

It’s the lament of nearly every company in every sector of the economy: We want to hire more staff, but we can’t find anyone. The Made in New Jersey Manufacturing Day event last Friday took...

5 companies earn top honors at Manufacturing Day 2022

Five New Jersey companies were honored at Made in New Jersey, the annual Manufacturing Day event run by the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, held Friday at iPlay America in Freehold. The winners, selected among...

At Manufacturing Day, lots of energy and (cautious) optimism

It’s fair to say the more than 1000 attendees — which included four high school robotics teams — brought plenty of excitement and enthusiasm for the annual Made in New Jersey Manufacturing Day event,...

N.J. announces $500K to expand small business exporting

The New Jersey Department of State’s Business Action Center was awarded $500,000 in federal funds for the State Trade Expansion Program to support new-to-exporting food and beverage manufacturers in underserved business communities. Through NJSTEP, which...

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