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Beer bottle manufacturer to close Milford facility

Zachary Comeau |

Glass container manufacturer Ardagh Group announced Monday it will close its Milford production facility, which employs 250 people.

Primetals names new president and CEO of U.S. operation

Metal manufacturer Primetals Technologies on Wednesday named Yoshiharu Ikeda as its new president and CEO for the company's U.S. headquarters based in Worcester.

Tegra Medical expands sales to Europe

Franklin medical device contract manufacturer Tegra Medical has expanded its sales presence to Europe with a location in the U.K., the company announced Monday.

UMass Medical researchers conducting global research

Grant Welker |

Their work may not yield patents worth billions, but UMass Medical School researchers are conducting ambitious work trying to solve problems on the other side of the planet.

Fitchburg cutting manufacturer merges with Oregon firm

Zachary Comeau |

Cutting tool manufacturer Simonds International, based in Fitchburg, announced Thursday a merger with Oregon-based saw company Burton Saw.

Biostage closes $4.2M investment with Chinese group, Conn. hospital

Zachary Comeau |

Holliston-based Biostage announced Wednesday the closing of a $4.2-million private investment primarily with a Chinese investment group and a Connecticut children's hospital.

IPG Photonics acquires Canada-based laser equipment company

Zachary Comeau |

IPG Photonics Corp. has acquired a laser-based welding equipment maker, the Oxford laser equipment supplier announced Monday.

ReWalk raising $7.2M to develop lightweight suit

Brad Kane |

Israeli medical device manufacturer ReWalk Robotics, with its U.S. offices in Marlborough, announced on Friday plans to raise $7.2 million in part to fund development of its new lightweight...

ReWalk lost $6M in third quarter

ReWalk Robotics Ltd., a manufacturer of robotic exoskeletons for those with spinal cord injuries, saw a 24-percent growth in revenue in the third quarter while posting a net loss of $5.8 million.

Hanover income down 87 percent

Zachary Comeau |

Hanover Insurance Group saw income plummet in the third quarter due at least in part to hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

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