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West Coast consumer goods distributor Newacme LLC is expanding its operations to New Castle, DE and adding 34 new jobs.


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West Coast consumer goods distributor Newacme LLC is expanding its operations to New Castle, DE and adding 34 new jobs.

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Latest: Newacme Investing $1.5M In Delaware Warehouse, Distribution Center - West Coast consumer goods distributor Newacme LLC is expanding its operations to New Castle, DE and adding 34 new jobs.

Newacme Investing $1.5M In Delaware Warehouse, Distribution Center

West Coast consumer goods distributor Newacme LLC is expanding its operations to New Castle, DE and adding 34 new jobs.

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