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Sherwood Steel Inc. received PIDA approval to borrow $340,000 to purchase a 61,330 square foot building in Bensalem. Established in 1997 Sherwood Steel is a family owned and operated business that sells galvanized sheet metal and accessories. The new building purchase will allow for larger project because inventory will be readily available. Two new employees will be hired as a result of the loaned funds.
PIDA approval was granted for Finish Tech Corp. to borrow $400,000. The funds will be used to purchase a 19,980 square foot building in Ivyland. The larger building will give the company the ability to increase manufacturing and warehouse space. Finish Tech was founded in 1990 and is privately owned USA manufacturer and supplier of overlay films and laminates for the finishing of wood, plastics and metal products. The company will retain forty employees with the new building purchase.
The transition from legacy copper phone lines to fiber-optics it taking place all over the country within the telecom industry and it is something you need to be aware of. Many companies are starting to notice it evolving faster than anticipated. There are two main reasons why, which I will explain in the paragraphs below.
We’re using less office space than we used to. Sure, the total amount of occupied office space continues to rise, but that’s not saying much for a country in which the population and labor force continue to grow as well, and a large share of work is white-collar—the type of work traditionally suited for office buildings. Yet increasingly, jobs are not situated in offices, and when they are, firms are providing less space per worker.
The BCITC Advisory Team comprised of international business professionals recently conducted a Case Study with Scott Milne, CEO of National Energy Technologies. The company provides conservation consulting services and expertise in utility reduction through retrofit technologies designed to yield rapid ROI’s. The Advisory Team provided recommendations and advice to help National Energy Technologies expand global sales opportunities.