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Community college molds students for careers in medical manufacturing

Thursday, February 27th, 2014 | Permalink

All Sites Given that national unemployment still hovers around 7%, it can be disconcerting to learn that many job openings are going unfilled because the companies cannot find qualified personnel. The skills gap is real, and companies in central Massachusetts, which has a long tradition in medical device manufacturing, are experiencing this, writes Daniel M. Asquino, President, Mount Wachusett Community College, in a piece published on www.telegram.com . read more

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K 2013: Silvergate gearing up for global expansion

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013 | Permalink

In keeping with a tradition of companies announcing news at the K, Silvergate Plastics, a UK manufacturer of white, black, color and additive masterbatches, is planning to announce a major expansion at K 2013. The company is further investing in its manufacturing capability to accommodate a significant increase in capacity, product range and geographical reach. With plans for a greater international presence, Silvergate (Hall 05, Stand B40) says it will be well positioned to provide even more support for its growing customer base across the globe. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  masterbatches plastics k 2013 read more

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