Business Briefs for the Week of Sept. 24, 2007

  • Aurora, Ohio-based TCP, Inc. recently celebrated the opening of its new global headquarters. The 154,000-square-foot facility houses a two-story office space, warehouse, distribution center, product testing labs, and customer service call center.
  • Portland, Ore-based Robert A. Amey Co. recently entered into an agreement to be the sole representative of Grayslake, Ill.-based Harger lightning and grounding products in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska. Harger designs, manufactures, and markets a number of products for lightning and grounding protections for many residential, commercial, communication, and transportation, and computer applications.
  • Syracuse, N.Y.-based CXtec will host its fifth annual Cables for a Cure campaign throughout October in support of the American Cancer Society's breast cancer awareness effort. The company will donate five cents from every stocked-length copper patch cable and 50 cents from every stock-length CABLExpress fiber jumper sold in October.
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