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PTC Seamless Tube Corp. To Establish Manufacturing Operations In Hopkinsville, KY

Cold Drawn Seamless (CDS) tubing is used when heavy wall thicknesses, unweldable grades of steel, or both are required for a specific application. CDS affords superior dimensional tolerances, better surface finish, higher physical properties, and better machinability than Hot Finished Seamless.

Company to invest more than $102 million to retrofit, expand its parent company’s former Hopkinsville location; will create up to 283 new jobs.

Patriot Porcelain LLC Chooses Howard County, IN For Plant

Patriot Porcelain screw-in insulator

The new facility, which is expected to be fully operational by June 2014, will allow the company to relocate its overseas lavatory and toilet manufacturing to its Kokomo operations.

BUSINESS REPORT: Illinois – Strong Demand Lifts Industrial Parks In Wheeling, IL

Rendering of the new Tin Goose Hanger, which is under construction at Chicago Executive Airport. (Photo:

The economic outlook is positive as operations and employment continue to expand, and new industrial construction inquiries are streaming into Wheeling. From the July/August 2013 issue.

Pedal/Electric Vehicle Manufacturer Expands North Carolina Manufacturing, Opens West Coast Facility

Organic Transit's ELF, an urban mobility solution that fills the space between a bicycle and a car. Legally a bicycle, the ELF can travel on bike paths and park on sidewalks and can carry 8 bags of groceries. The ELF is pedal powered and assisted with a solar powered electric motor. If the ELF did use gasoline, it would get the equivalent of 1800 mpg. Made in the US, each ELF on the road prevents 6 tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere each year. Coutersy of D.L. Anderson. (Photo: PRNewsFoto/Organic Transit.)

Organic Transit, manufacturer of the ELFpedal/electric vehicle, is moving to a larger facility in Durham, NC and opening a West Coast manufacturing center in San Jose, CA.

STATE FOCUS: Florida – Let The Sun Shine

Southwest view of the Fort Lauderdale International Airport. (Photo: Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance.)

The recession of 2008 left Florida overcast economically for years. Looks like it may be time to break out the shades. From the July/August 2013 issue.