May 2019

2019 | In Focus | May 2019Seeing the LightVision X Lighting

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

Seeing the Light

Vision X Lighting

When it comes to specialized industrial lighting, the team at Vision X Lighting lights up far more than the proverbial room. From lighting up outer space to structural applications, marine lighting, and even mining, there are very few industries that this company hasn’t had the opportunity to illuminate.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019On the Road and Close to HomeH.O. Wolding

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

On the Road and Close to Home

H.O. Wolding

Long-distance trucking consistently has one of the highest employee turnover rates of any industry. So, how can companies ensure profitability while minimizing employee turnover? In Amherst, Wisconsin, H.O. Wolding is proving companies can have their cake and eat it too, and the company has decades of operational history to prove it.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019In It for the Long HaulSpeedee Transport

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

In It for the Long Haul

Speedee Transport

Speedee Transport is a Burnaby-based logistics company specializing in providing temperature-controlled transportation solutions. From major corporations like Loblaws and Nestlé to smaller startups like TruLocal, western Canada’s leading manufacturers and distributors have come to depend on Speedee as a trusted transport partner to deliver everything from food to furniture.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019A Sweet Tooth for InnovationLantic

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

A Sweet Tooth for Innovation

Lantic

Whether it is a guilty pleasure or a daily staple, sugar is a regular feature in our diets. But with consumer tastes moving away from sugar, companies in the sugar industry must adapt or perish. Lantic Inc., Canada’s largest sugar producer with over 130 years of history, is changing to meet this trend and aspires to become North America’s largest supplier of natural sweeteners.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019A Manufacturing and Distribution Company Rooted in NaturePrince Corporation

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

A Manufacturing and Distribution Company Rooted in Nature

Prince Corporation

The roots of Prince Corporation can be traced back to 1886 when it was established under the name Banner Mills in Marshfield, Wisconsin by the civil war veteran William H. Upham who went on to become the Governor of Wisconsin. The general store and sawmill business was taken over by H.C. Koenig in 1922 and the company was renamed Marshfield Milling. When H.C. Koenig died in 1934, his son Walter, nicknamed Prince, inherited the business and expanded its product offerings to include animal feed and agricultural supplies.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019A Kansas Electronic Components Firm with a Global FootprintECS, Inc. International

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

A Kansas Electronic Components Firm with a Global Footprint

ECS, Inc. International

ECS, Inc. International is headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas with manufacturing operations in Taiwan, Japan and South Korea and China along with a global distribution network to market its products. ECS produces frequency management products including quartz crystals, quartz filters, precision crystal clock oscillators, ceramic filters-resonators, metal power inductors and multiple other circuit board level components that will be introduced near term.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

Providing Valuable Savings to Families with Solar and Energy Efficiency

PosiGen

PosiGen provides solar and energy efficiency solutions with a unique approach. Rather than customizing solar products for individual houses, the company offers three separate sizes that work for every customer. The size of the system installed on a house is based on the consumption of energy in the home and the total roof size available considering shading issues. This method allows PosiGen to drive its cost of installing solar down lower than any other company in the industry.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019Seeing Waste DifferentlyAnaergia

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

Seeing Waste Differently

Anaergia

Anaergia’s proprietary technologies create renewable energy and fertilizers from municipal, agricultural, and industrial waste, generating new revenue sources for clients while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Burlington, Ontario-based company has fourteen satellite offices and three manufacturing plants from which it serves nearly two thousand resource recovery customers around the globe.

2019 | In Focus | May 2019The Boons of Hard Work and a Great LocationBoonslick Regional Planning Commission

2019 | In Focus | May 2019

The Boons of Hard Work and a Great Location

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission

The Boonslick Region is a growing part of the State of Missouri, bound by the beautiful Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Boonslick comprises three counties: Warren, Lincoln, and Montgomery. These counties are favored destinations for burgeoning businesses and skilled job seekers, and Boonslick’s population (currently around 100,000) is still set to reach 150,000 by 2030.

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