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Innovative Electromechanical Manufacturer to Establish Operations in Camden

4/23/2014

AUGUSTA – Sierra Peaks Corporation, a New Mexico-based company that develops and manufactures superior acoustic miniature microphones and other communications related devices, is planning to invest more than $3,000,000 in two facilities in Camden. The investment is expected to lead to the creation of more than two dozen manufacturing jobs with the potential for more jobs down the road.

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RollEase Inc. Headed to Brunswick

3/26/2014

AUGUSTA – RollEase, Inc., a leader in the design, development and manufacturing of custom window treatments is planning to open a new product innovation center at Brunswick Landing. The move is expected to lead to the creation of up to 12 new jobs in the very near future.

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Major Investment Heating Up for Corinth Pellets, LLC

3/19/2014

AUGUSTA – Corinth Pellets, LLC is planning to invest upwards of $7 million on a pellet manufacturing facility located in Penobscot County. Major work is planned for facility and equipment upgrades. The investment is expected to lead to the creation of 18 new jobs for the wood pellet manufacturer. The company has worked closely with the LePage Administration and the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) in pursuit of their expansive goals.

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DECD Commissioner to Present Wells Business-Friendly Signage, Certification Thursday, March 6

3/4/2014

AUGUSTA - As part of the LePage Administration’s commitment to ensuring Maine is open for business, the state’s Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner George Gervais will present the Town of Wells with its “Certified Business-Friendly” Community certificate and road signs this Thursday.

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Maine Company Creating Electronic Docking Stations From Driftwood

3/3/2014

AUGUSTA – Docksmith, producers of hand-crafted, custom-made cellphone and tablet docking stations, is one of the newest members of the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development’s (DECD) Maine Made program. The company’s distinct products are created using driftwood, a beautiful and unique marine resource, and combine functionality with a sculpture-type quality.

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