Thursday, December 1, 2011

Many Metals Around the State

From dainty jewelry to heavy-duty fabrication, many metals are mentioned in this week's Around the State business announcements:
  • Mohawk Metal, a custom metal fabricator in Eugene, has grown from 17 to 52 employees in the past three years. Demand for their products has come from bridge and road construction as well as companies that make equipment for retail, logging, heavy machinery, recycling, and agriculture. The Register-Guard, 11/20/2011

  • Federal Recycling, Inc. opened in Hines. It recycles metals such as copper, iron, and steel. It employs five to 10 people. Burns Times-Herald, 11/23/2011
  • Nambé, a New Mexico-based retailer of bronze and copper cookware, opened its first Oregon location at Bridgeport Village in Tigard. The Oregonian, 11/18/2011

  • Elyse Bunkers Studio opened in northeast Portland. It offers necklaces, rings, and earrings made from silver, steel, pearls, and the feathers of pheasants. Neighborhood Notes, 11/1/2011

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