Tag Archives: Ohio

Intervala-dation

Pittsburgh electromechanical manufacturer acquires NeoTech assets in Ohio Intervala, a full-service manufacturer of precision electronic and electromechanical products, announced Monday the acquisition of “certain assets” of NEOTech Inc.’s manufacturing business in Mason, Ohio. The acquisition perceivably expands Intervala’s customer base “through the addition of several top-tier customers in the medical device and industrial markets,” said […]

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Cooler Heads

They’re hiring, they want your feedback, and they can keep your drink cold. Not bad. Ideal Electric has hope for the holidays. The well-known, 117-year old Ohio company is looking for a sales manager, and also open for regular feedback via email if you’re a customer. Take time to do a short survey, and you […]

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IT, Meet OT: Rockwell Adds Digi-Firm

Aim is to bring information technology and plant floor technology together Rockwell Automation, the towering Milwaukee establishment, completed an acquisition of Kalypso, LP, the company announced in a May 4 press release, as part of its emphasis on digitalization. Based in the U.S., Kalypso is a software delivery and consulting firm specializing in the digital […]

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Piqua Electric Closes

Ohio shop closes after 60 years of success in the Dayton area As a Texas company celebrated 75 years in the business over Labor Day weekend, another, similar business was forced to shutter its doors in small town Ohio, over a thousand miles away. Piqua Electric, of Piqua, Ohio, a town of about 20,000 people […]

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L&S Adds Garber to the Team

Garber Electric bought by L&S, combining two industry stalwarts in Midwest  Two Midwest-based industry stalwarts, well-versed in the world of electrical repair and maintenance, are now part of the same team. Look out, heartland! Garber Electric, the Ohio-based contractor, was bought by L&S Electric, the well-known Wisconsin-based repair operation you may have seen in the […]

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Motor Mouths

General Motors announces plant closings; Trump weighs in The president voiced disapproval at plant closings earlier this week, specifically targeting General Motors for three planned shutdowns in Ohio, Michigan, and Maryland. Clouded, perhaps, by the ensuing public and political upheaval, the debate proves noteworthy for the fact that electric vehicles were raised as a bargaining […]

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Headwinds

Fury, frustration, even tears from proposed Seneca Wind project in Ohio Wind farms can be immensely beneficial as a renewable energy source. But local turnouts like those at this week’s continuing debate in Tiffin, Ohio show that they are sometimes viewed as an imposition to residents. Around 500 residents were reported to have shown up […]

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Lima’s 95th

A longstanding Ohio armature shop celebrates a milestone In 1923, Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge both sat as President. The New York Yankees played their first game in the original Yankee Stadium. Warner Brothers film studio was established in Hollywood. The first issue of Time Magazine was published. Equally significant, in our eyes, Lima […]

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City Machine Salute

CMT headlines SBA visit to Youngstown Thursday Small businesses from around the country will be on hand today as Linda McMahon, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration and advocate for the nation’s 30 million small businesses as a member of the President’s cabinet, keynotes the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber’s “Salute to Business” awards ceremony, beginning […]

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Festovus

Automation company Festo expands Automation company Festo announced a major expansion to its Mason, Ohio facility Wednesday. Factory and process automation solutions provider Festo US announced plans Monday to invest some $90 million to expand its regional service and manufacturing center in Mason—a Cincinnati suburb and industrial hub—by 350,000 square feet, tripling the capacity of production, […]

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