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Expansion = Commitment to NH Manufacturing Jobs

Thursday, November 14th, 2013



We trotted down to Londonderry Tuesday morning to Wire Belt Company of America, where president and CEO David Greer wielded a pair of scissors to cut a blue ribbon on the 12,000 square foot expansion of the plant.

We like ribbon cuttings and expansions of our manufacturing plants here in the Granite State. Mostly for the reasons David said on Tuesday morning.

“We are confident it clearly expresses our commitment to keep and grow manufacturing jobs here in New Hampshire,” he said.

Wire Belt is a fourth-generation, family-owned business that has been making stainless steel wire belt conveyer systems since 1947. The company relocated from Massachusetts to Londonderry in 1989 and our friends at Business New Hampshire magazine has named it the #1 Best Small Company to Work for in NH four times in the past five years.

The new addition gives Wire Belt more room and it’s energy efficient. With further growth in mind, the expanded roof will allow for the future extension of its solar energy system.

“Anything we can do to continue to grow manufacturing has got to be good for the economy,” Greer said.

You bet it is.

Congratulations on your expansion.


Lorna Colquhoun

Communications Director

NH Division of Economic Development



Applications for Lean & Green Competition Open

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Business NH Magazine is now accepting applications for the fourth annual Lean & Green competition, which celebrates environmental practices NH companies have undertaken to be more environmentally sound and cost-efficient. Winners will be featured in the 2011 Green Guide, appearing in the August issue. A celebration of the winners will also take place in September.

Lean&Green10LogoIf your company has innovative environmental practices, used green building practices in your facility or developed products that help companies become more environmentally-friendly and fiscally sound, let us know about it! You could be among the companies selected to receive statewide recognition for your eco-efforts.

Past winners include The Mount Washington Cog Railway in Bretton Woods, the Hanover Consumer Coop in Hanover, Acorn Organic Salon in Dover, Wire Belt Company of America in Londonderry and Monadnock Paper Mills in Bennington.

The deadline to apply is April 22. Applications will be accepted online only
and can be found at www.businessnhmagazine.com and by clicking on the competitions
button. Please contact Associate Editor Erika Cohen at 603-626-6354 or ecohen@businessnhmagazine.com if you have any questions.