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Siemens is closing Hamilton plant; 180 could lose jobs

Siemens intends to close its Hamilton plant, which could cost about 180 employees their jobs, the company told ROI-NJ on Wednesday. “Siemens met with employees recently and announced its intent to close its Trenton facility,”...

ZRG Partners acquires Epsen Fuller Group

Rochelle Park-based ZRG Partners, an executive search and talent management company, announced Monday it has acquired certain assets of New York, New York-based Epsen Fuller Group. As part of the agreement, Thomas Fuller, former CEO...

Subaru of America names new CEO

Subaru of America Inc. announced Friday changes to its executive leadership team. Thomas J. Doll, it said, has been promoted to CEO, and Tomomi Nakamura, current chairman and CEO, has been promoted to president of...

Private equity firm buys logistics company out of Ch. 11

A New York-based private equity firm has purchased Jersey City-based Rand Logistics Inc., the bulk freight shipping company announced recently. Rand, which provides services throughout the Great Lakes region, was acquired by American Industrial Partners,...

NJMEP heads to Capitol Hill for Hill Day

The New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, a nonprofit focused on supporting New Jersey manufacturing companies, announced CEO John Kennedy and several of its clients are heading to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., for Hill...

Council of Carpenters announces promotions

The Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters announced leadership promotions at the Edison-based union. David Haines has been named assistant executive secretary-treasurer and William Banfield has been promoted to New York state regional manager. John Ballantyne will...

Fairfield printing company purchased by Ga. firm

A Georgia marketing and public relations firm has acquired a Fairfield-based offset and digital printing company, it announced recently. The FLM Group, which operates out of a 50,000-square-foot facility with nearly 60 employees, will now...

PSEG, Exelon ax capital funding for Salem nuke plant

Public Service Enterprise Group and the minority shareholder of its Salem nuclear plant will stop funding capital projects as a result of the delay in passing a nuclear subsidy bill in the Legislature, according...

JCP&L to spend $357M in ’18 to improve service areas

Jersey Central Power & Light said it plans to spend $357 million in 2018 on infrastructure improvements and other work to enhance reliability across the 13 North and Central Jersey counties it services. According to JCP&L,...

Student Transportation to be acquired by investors group

Wall-based Student Transportation Inc. announced Tuesday it is being acquired by a group of investors led by Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and Ullico Inc. Under terms of the deal, shareholders of STI...

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