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Two LIXIL execs named to Plumbing Manufacturing International board

Piscataway-based LIXIL Americas, a company that sells water and housing products within the brands American Standard, GROHE and DXV, had two executives appointed to the Plumbing Manufacturing International 2020 board of directors and committee. Sal Gattone, vice president of engineering for LIXIL Americas, is serving on PMI’s board of directors. Gattone will participate in collective ...

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No. 8: Stephen Sweeney

The Senate president was a driving force behind the Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act, which provides $500 million for the expansion and improvements of facilities at K-12, community college and vocational schools across the state. The Third District Democrat was also one of the lawmakers credited with the creation of the Manufacturing Caucus, jointly chaired by a Republican and Democrat, to craft legislation based on the input of manufacturers.

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The NJBIZ Manufacturing Power 50

In the latter half of the 20 century, as U.S. manufacturing declined, so too did the industry in New Jersey. But the plants and assembly lines are still here, and the demand for new products and the productivity gains afforded by modern equipment are fueling a revitalization of the industry. These are the men and women who have been, and will continue to be, responsible for maintaining and expanding the skilled workforce necessary for a strong Garden State manufacturing sector.

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Mark Clouse

No. 4: Mark Clouse

When Clouse took over the top job at Campbell Soup Co. in January he had some work to do. The market for soup was dwindling and the company he now led was undergoing some massive changes.

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