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Various federal economic "stimulus" programs are under way to help bring America out of the crippling recession that has been affecting almost every segment of the economy.
"The opening of the Mobile Container Terminal makes the Port of Mobile very competitive with neighboring Gulf ports," says Brian Clark, the facility's director.
It is not unusual anymore to read that small communities and independent telephone companies are building state of the art fiber networks to serve relatively small, often rural service areas.
CNH Global has agreed to develop a full scale remanufacturing operation and services company as a joint venture with Springfield Remanufacturing Corp. (SRC) to be called CNH Reman.
The Pipeliners Association of Houston recognized the recipients of its college scholarships June 1 during its final meeting of the 2008-2009 year.
The DCA Board of Directors has approved the appointment of Robert G. Darden as executive vice president, effective Aug. 1.
Pipeline and other construction industries are pressing the federal government to make it easier for projects to pass muster with the Endangered Species Act.
Bobcat Co. has announced that it is discontinuing production at the company's Bismarck, N.D., plant by the end of 2009. All North American machinery production will be transferred to Bobcat's original manufacturing facility in Gwinner, N.D.
3M introduces alternative to coating water pipelines
Stantec to rehabilitate major Boston sewer line
Insituform awarded contracts for pipeline projects
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has signed an agreement with the Indianapolis Department of Public Works to provide technical evaluation of new products.
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