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Manufacturing Power 50 N-Z

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. The men and women listed in here have been and will continue to be responsible for maintaining and expanding the skilled workforce necessary for a strong manufacturing sector.

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Where business is bouncing

Paul Cunningham spent 15 years as a photo editor for Major League Baseball and lived a fan’s dream life. Today, he is honing his skills as a leather craftsman and the founder of Leather Head Sports in Glen Rock, making baseball gloves, balls of various sorts and other athletic equipment.

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Manufacturers may soon have preference when applying for workforce development grants

Employers in the manufacturing industry, which is currently in the midst of a skills-gap crisis, could receive some help through a bill sponsored by Assemblyman Hal Wirths, R-24th District. Assembly Bill A4023/Senate Bill 446 gives manufacturers preference when applying for grants to train their employees. The legislation passed the full AssemblyNov. 25, 73-0-0, and passed ...

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The Knotts Co. to distribute Yamaha Products

“It’s our utmost priority to provide our customers in New Jersey, southern New York state, and the metropolitan New York area with a greater offering of technology solutions that will accelerate their automated production," said Knotts Vice President of Sales and Marketing Mark Howe.

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The Burger came out of the Rutgers Food Innovation Center in Bridgeton.

Food Day: Plant-based disruption in the food industry

“What’s interesting is that there are several different words being used. Meat, beef, burger. What’s okay? It’s largely unresolved,” Norris McLaughlin Intellectual Property Group Co-Chair Danielle DeFilippis said. To mitigate your brand's legal woes, "make sure your labels are compliant, make sure what you have on there isn't going to anger your competitors, and do what you need to protect it going forward."

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