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EPA recognizes Lehigh Cement Company as a 2017 ENERGY STAR® Certified Manufacturing Plant The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently released their 2017 Energy Star certification report and Lehigh Cement Company was one of two Maryland companies that met the EPA’s energy performance standards. It...

The Carroll County Department of Economic Development held its 2018 Annual Economic Outlook seminar on Thursday, March 29th at the Portico of St. John in Westminster. The seminar, sponsored by BB&T, was attended by over 250 local business people, government officials and educators. This year’s presentation...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Carroll County Department of Economic Development is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed website http://carrollbiz.org. Highlighting county demographics, featured properties, department services and development news, the website is designed to capture the attention of site selectors and brokers looking...

  Strouse, along with the Carroll County Department of Economic Development, is pleased to announce plans to construct a manufacturing facility in the Westminster Technology Park in Carroll County, Maryland. “The construction of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is a significant milestone and opportunity for Strouse. Our employees...

CoastTec, a Maryland-based refurbisher and recycler of American Power Conversion (APC) Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) announced today that it will relocate from Baltimore County to Carroll County. CoastTec will move into 62,500 square feet of office, plant operations and warehouse space in Eldersburg, Maryland. From Left...