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Amazon to employ 2,000 at fulfillment center

Online retail giant Amazon is putting the final touches on a fulfillment center in West Deptford that when completed will employ upward of 2,000...

New Jersey's business 'icons' celebrated

The ballroom at The Palace at Somerset Park was packed with over 260 people Thursday morning for NJBIZ's Icon Honors event, celebrating the careers...

NJ to be part of manufacturing policy academy

New Jersey will be one of three states and the unincorporated U.S. territory of Puerto Rico to take part in the nationwide National Policy Academy,...

Kirker plants roots in Paterson

Nail polish and treatment manufacturer Kirker Enterprises Inc. has purchased its previously rented land, office and manufacturing space in Paterson,...

Manufacturers decry 'nightmare' of steel, aluminum tariffs

Four New Jersey manufacturers lamented the Trump administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum, saying they are driving up expenses and preventing...

ADP: 219K jobs added in July

American employers added 219,000 jobs in July, Roseland-based payroll processing company ADP said in a report issued Wednesday.

NJMEP awarded $250K from National Institute of Standards and Technology

The New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program has been awarded $250,000 from the

NJBIZ names 40 Under 40 Awards winners for 2018

The NJBIZ 40 Under 40 awards honor young professionals, as you may have guessed, under the age of 40 making moves in the Garden State. Some names you...

Innovation Institute urges manufacturing curriculum for cutting-edge processes

A higher education and workforce development team from the American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute recommends colleges...

Kooi appointed VP-GM integrated interiors at dancker

Somerville-based interior solutions firm dancker has named Nathan Kooi vice president and general manager of integrated interior solutions, following...

Louis Berger adds three to board as chairman retires

Morristown-based global professional services corporation Louis Berger named as board members Thomas Lewis, president of the company’s U.S.

NEC, Franklin Group extend partnership

The Northeast Conference, the NCAA Division I athletic organization based in Somerset, has renewed its partnership deal with Franklin Group in which...

Honeywell sales surge 8 percent in Q2

Honeywell had a honey of a second quarter, outpacing Wall Street projections for earnings and reporting top line gains fueled mostly by operational...

Increases in NJ prime logistics rents accelerate

New Jersey saw prime logistics rents – the highest achievable lease rates for top-quality warehouse and distribution center space –...

Dumpster falls on, kills worker at Campbell Soup plant in NC

Authorities were investigating a weekend incident in North Carolina in which one person was killed and another injured when a dumpster fell off a...

Honeywell appoints transportation systems chairman

Honeywell has appointed veteran industrial sector exec Carlos Cardoso as board chairman at its Transportation Systems unit, which it plans to spin...

Manufacturers look to automation to increase productivity

Automation, including robots, is helping New Jersey manufacturers to be more competitive and expand into other markets while allowing employees to...

Amazon to open distribution center in Burlington, create 600 jobs

Online retailer Amazon is building a 1 million-square-foot distribution center in Burlington that will employ 600 new employees when it opens in 2019.

Manufacturing council: Other states vie to poach NJ companies

Manufacturing jobs are growing in New Jersey, though some companies struggle to find enough skilled employees.

Report: Central Jersey can support more warehouse development

Projected rents in some markets justify added development of warehouses and distribution centers.

Mimeo to move 116 printing jobs to Tennessee

Mimeo, an online content management, printing, and distribution company, will close its Newark production facility this summer, taking 116 jobs to Memphis, Tenn.

Manufacturing Cabinet formed to train workers

A Manufacturing Cabinet has been formed by accounting and tax firm WithumSmith+Brown, the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, Somerset County Business Partnership and the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program.

Turtle & Hughes names Shanahan co-CEO

Kathleen Shanahan has been selected co-CEO of the board of directors of Linden-based electrical and industrial distribution company Turtle & Hughes.

CCM to construct engineering and manufacturing center

County College of Morris will construct a $10 million, 30,000-square-foot engineering and manufacturing building in Randolph to allow for an expansion of its educational- and workforce-development programs.