Manufacturing & Production
Paul Reed Smith Guitars (PRS)—beloved by rock stars and students alike—plans to take its guitar manufacturing operation to the next level. With assistance from a $100,000 conditional grant from the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) and a $200,000 conditional grant from the Queen Anne’s County Board of Commissioners, PRS plans to introduce a
Typically when a wall comes tumbling down, it’s cause for alarm. At Marlin Steel Wire, however, it’s cause for celebration. The company, which moved to Baltimore from Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1998, is expanding for the second time in less than four years. As a result of the expansion, Marlin Steel
Emergent BioSolutions, a global specialty biopharmaceutical company, is expanding its Baltimore manufacturing facility on Lombard Street. The announcement was made today in a release by the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED). The expansion is slated to potentially double the company’s 58,000 square-foot space and is expected to add
Two Maryland companies are tapping new 3D manufacturing resources by partnering with local federal facilities. Integrata Security and RPM Tech have each entered cooperative agreements through the Northeastern Maryland Additive Manufacturing Innovation Authority (NMAMIA) to expand their 3D prototyping capabilities. Integrata will be working with the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Find additional coverage, celebrating the State’s industrial heritage and today’s innovators, during Maryland Manufacturing Month. Zentech Manufacturing is no stranger to the ever-changing manufacturing industry in Maryland. The contract electronics manufacturer formed in 1998 and settled its operations in Windsor Mill in Baltimore County, where it still resides today. The
Find additional coverage, celebrating the State’s industrial heritage and today’s innovators, during Maryland Manufacturing Month. From Goetze’s Caramel Creams to Smiths Detection’s equipment for detecting chemical weapons, Maryland manufacturers are fueling the State’s economy, creating an array of products, employing more than 100,000 workers and generating roughly $20 billion annually. Throughout October,
A sweet fact—14 percent of the nation’s sugar is processed right here in Maryland. Domino Foods, a mainstay of Baltimore’s skyline for over 90 years, refines more than 6.5 million pounds of raw sugar a day. Its facility, which blends new technology with historic factory space, employs roughly 620 people.
A preschooler peels back the label on a Crayola crayon. A happy hour-goer grasps a chilled bottle of Yuengling. A young mother reads the nutritional facts on a canister of Walgreens brand snacks. They’re all handling a range of easily-overlooked Maryland-manufactured inputs—the labels. Since 1896, Gamse Lithographing Company, has produced
It wasn’t just another business competition for Scott Holland, it was the realization of a life-long dream. Holland’s startup i-Lighting, a novel easy-to-install indoor and outdoor LED lighting system, was awarded $100,000 and other prizes in April 2013 during the inaugural InvestMaryland Challenge, a prestigious business competition by the Maryland
The next time you’re filtering through airport security, consider that the equipment scanning you and your luggage was likely produced right here in Maryland. Smiths Detection, with its U.S. headquarters in Edgewood, is the world’s leading supplier of an array of tools used to detect weapons, explosives and chemical threats.