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|EXODUS OF JOBS TO CHINA IS REVERSING, PUBLISHER TELLS MARTIN COUNTY BDB|
|Wednesday, March 28, 2012|
|STUART — Rising labor and manufacturing costs in China and the recession domestically are combining to reverse the wave of U.S. manufacturers taking jobs to China.
Instead, U.S. and foreign-owned manufacturing companies are relocating to the U.S. South and Mexico, the publisher of an Alabama-based business magazine told about 45 businesspeople at the|
|Triumph planning expansion to Stuart facility|
|Thursday, March 1, 2012|
STUART — Triumph Aerostructures' Vought Aircraft Division is planning a 16,000-square-foot expansion to its manufacturing facility in Stuart.
The company plans to build a truck loading area and add a staging building for shipment of the inboard and outboard trailing edge flaps for the Boeing 777 that are manufactured at Building 26 of the company's 1801 S.E. Airport Rd. plant.
|Palm City's Old Cell Phone changes name to iVox Solutions, plans to hire 80 workers|
|Tuesday, February 21, 2012|
|PALM CITY — Old Cell Phone Corp. is now the "old" name of iVox Solutions LLC.
The company, founded in 2003 as a vendor of used cellphones, made the change Jan. 1 to more accurately reflect its current business — providing customer service for several cellular service companies.
"We wanted something catchy that we could translate to what we|
|Martin County outlines successful development efforts to House panel|
|Thursday, January 12, 2012|
|TALLAHASSEE — A Business Development Board of Martin County official outlined to a House panel Wednesday how Martin's conservative mix of incentives and existing business programs have brought in pledges for 2,385 jobs and $63 million in local investments since 2008.
Crystal Stiles, the BDB's co-executive director, was one of six local economic officials|
|Area company invents alternative to metal coating|
|Friday, December 30, 2011|
|MARTIN COUNTY - A Palm City-based company has created a product it says will change the way manufacturers of metal parts do business.|
|Martin County's B4C Technologies develops alternative to carcinogenic substance|
|Thursday, December 22, 2011|
|PALM CITY — Twenty years ago, Ed McComas developed a process using a special mixture that would replace a widely used carcinogen in a process that increases hardness, wear resistance and life of numerous metal products.
Hexavalent chromium first gained notoriety in "Erin Brockovich," the 2000 film starring Julia Roberts that told the story of a lawsuit|
|Indiantown earns enterprise zone designation |
|Tuesday, December 20, 2011|
|Continuing its efforts to attract business and economic development, Indiantown late last week became the state's most recently designated enterprise zone.|
|Bausch Enterprises of Stuart slated to get $12,000 training grant|
|Monday, December 5, 2011|
|Bausch Enterprises Inc., a Stuart-based aluminum fabricator, is in the final stages of receiving approval of a $12,000 job training grant from the state.|