Business Notes: Jan. 24, 2016
Jan24

Business Notes: Jan. 24, 2016

Bethel — GW Plastics last week marked the graduation of its second “School of Tech” class and announced that it expects the program to continue growing. Seven Randolph Union High School students — Nathan Gray, Ethan French, Zavier Henderson, Cameron Jarvis, Gurion Lake, Alexander Russell and Connor Wheatley — successfully completed the semester, GW Plastics said in a news release, which also noted the contributions to the program of...

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Plastics Firm Will Add Royalton Jobs

Royalton — GW Plastics announced Monday a planned $10 million expansion to its Royalton facility, which the company said will add roughly 70 jobs over the next three to five years. Starting later this month, the Bethel-based contract manufacturing business plans to grow its plant on Waterman Road by at least 21,000 square feet, creating space for 30 new industrial machines, according to a Monday news release. The addition will also...

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Savoring Strawberries in Cornish
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Savoring Strawberries in Cornish

Stephanie Fisk, right, of South Royalton, and her son Sam, 14, pick strawberries at Edgewater Farm in Cornish on Sunday. It was the last picking day of the season for Edgewater Farm. Valley News — Sarah Shaw

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Deere Dealer Heads for Hartland

White River Junction — After 24 years at 240 S. Main St., downtown fixture L.F. Trottier & Sons is departing White River Junction for Hartland. On Aug. 1, the company will swap its current 3,800-square-foot shop for an 8,000-square-foot facility on Route 5 in Hartland. It will move into the former CrossRoads Motorsports building, a quarter-mile off Exit 9 on Interstate 91. Store manager Tom Trottier cites the business’ success as...

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