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Sealed Air moving HQ, hundreds of jobs to N.C.

Sealed Air moving HQ, hundreds of jobs to N.C.

The place that loves being labeled a Jersey company

The place that loves being labeled a Jersey company

Honeywell sells business for $155M, makes other changes in operating units

Honeywell sells business for $155M, makes other changes in operating units

Manufacturing News

Sealed Air moving HQ, hundreds of jobs to N.C.

Sealed Air Corporation is moving its global headquarters from Elmwood Park to North Carolina, it announced Wednesday, shifting as many as 1,300 jobs from six facilities to Charlotte. Read More »»

premium content N.J. is his home — and where he likes doing business

New Jersey's small business landscape has been battered: America's second-worst state in two separate tax and policy indexes, among the bottom four in Thumbtack's survey. So what keeps around an experienced small businessman like Henry Passapera? Read More »»

premium content Shoe's on the other foot: Bernie Mev reinvents itself

With new product comes new success for established brand

Most businesses that reinvent themselves decades after their founding do so out of necessity — not for the sake of creativity. Read More »»

Honeywell says sales, earnings rose in Q2

Honeywell announced Friday that sales and earnings increased in its second quarter from the second quarter of 2013. Read More »»

Bayonne paint company plans to cut jobs

The Muralo Co., a paint manufacturer in Bayonne's southern industrial area, is planning to cut jobs after selling many of its major holdings to California Products Corporation, a manufacturer of paints and multisurface coatings in Massachusetts. Read More »»

B&G Foods’ sales, income rise in Q2

Parsippany-based B&G Foods Inc. announced Thursday that its sales and income rose in the second quarter from the same period a year ago. Read More »»

Survey: Manufacturers still optimistic in the Philly/South Jersey region

Manufacturers remained upbeat in July for the fifth straight month and expect continued expansion in the next six months, according to the monthly survey of manufacturing firms by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, which includes southern New Jersey. Read More »»

Micronet Enertec receives $1.2M order for missile defense support system

Montvale-based Micronet Enertec Technologies Inc. announced Thursday that its subsidiary, Enertec Systems 2001 Ltd, received a $1.2 million purchase order for a computer-based test, diagnosis and simulation system to support a missile defense system. Read More »»

South Jersey plant to close, hundreds to lose their jobs

The Ardagh Group, an international glassmaker based in Luxembourg, announced Wednesday night it will close its glassmaking facility in Salem, costing hundreds of jobs in the South Jersey town. Read More »»

Importer expands presence in Union industrial park

An Edison-based real estate services firm said Monday that a client has expanded its presence at 1835 Burnet Ave. in Union. Read More »»

The place that loves being labeled a Jersey company

South Hackensack's NJ Label embraces different clientel

New Jersey Label in South Hackensack, a sister company of the New York Label & Box Works in Islandia, N.Y., is not just another “Jersey location.” Read More »»

Olaghere has cracked the code for entrepreneurial success: Never stop learning tools of the trade

Jimi Olaghere took computer coding classes every summer when he was a kid. They were supposed to be a way for him to learn more. Read More »»

From trash to treasure: Szaky found business model to make it work

You know the concept

Tom Szaky recounts traveling down a heavily polluted Delaware River on a canoe in 2001, as part of an ice-breaking activity for freshmen at Princeton University. Read More »»

Honeywell sells business for $155M, makes other changes in operating units

Honeywell announced Monday it has sold its Friction Materials business to Federal-Mogul in a $155 million cash deal. Read More »»

Report: Bakery company's $32M expansion would bring 100 new jobs to Vineland

Nearly 100 new jobs could come to Vineland once a Canadian-based baking operation completes a $32 million expansion there, according to a report by The Press of Atlantic City. Read More »»

Sealed Air declares quarterly cash dividend

Elmwood Park-based Sealed Air Corporation announced Thursday that its board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend. Read More »»

EDA to vote on Camden project seeking $260 million in incentives

The state Economic Development Authority will vote Thursday on whether or not to grant what would be one of the largest tax credits ever issued. The award would go to Holtec International, a manufacturer of equipment and supplies for the energy industry. Read More »»

Mars appoints regional president to new global position

Mars Co. has appointed Debra Sandler to the newly created position of chief health and well-being officer. The creation of the position illustrates the trend toward more health-conscious packaged food goods in recent years. Read More »»

Micronet sells $800,000 in tablets

Micronet Enertec Technologies Inc. announced Wednesday that it has received an $800,000 order for its rugged mobile tablets from a mobile resource management provider. Read More »»

Mercerville-based Congoleum closing Hamilton facility; jobs of 65 in jeopardy

Congoleum Corp., a Mercerville-based flooring manufacturer, has offered dozens of employees positions in Pennsylvania as it prepares to close its facility in Hamilton later this year, a company spokesman said Wednesday. Read More »»

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