On June 29 the South Carolina legislature underscored its commitment to the Charleston Harbor dredging by voting an extraordinary fund of $300 million adding to a previously-set-aside $180 million to fully fund the Charleston dredging after its approval by the U.S. Congress. Read More

Tank Holding Corporation (THC) which includes polyethylene tank manufacturers Snyder Industries and Norwesco has been acquired by Leonard Green & Partners L.P. (LGP) and the executive management team. Read More

Tank Holding Corporation (THC) which includes polyethylene tank manufacturers Snyder Industries and Norwesco has been acquired by Leonard Green & Partners L.P. (LGP) and the executive management team. Read More

Peter Bowe president of Ellicott was one of a handful of American exporters invited to witness President Barack Obama sign the Export-Import Bank Reauthorization Act of 2012 (H.R. 2073) on May 30. The bill renews the charter of the Export-Import Bank for three years and increases the banks lending cap to $140 billion from the current $100 billion. Read More

Peter Bowe president of Ellicott was one of a handful of American exporters invited to witness President Barack Obama sign the Export-Import Bank Reauthorization Act of 2012 (H.R. 2073) on May 30. The bill renews the charter of the Export-Import Bank for three years and increases the banks lending cap to $140 billion from the current $100 billion. Read More

A federal appeals court in Pennsylvania rejected appeals by New Jersey and ruled on July 3 that the U.S Army Corps of Engineers can proceed to deepen a 102-mile stretch of the Delaware River from the mouth of the bay to Camden N.J. In a 67-page ruling the U.S. Court of Appeals refused New Jerseys demand for new studies to protect the environment. The administration of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said it would review its options in the rulings wake. Christie and his Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) oppose the Corps plans to deepen the Delaware River channel from 40 to 45 feet. Read More

A federal appeals court in Pennsylvania rejected appeals by New Jersey and ruled on July 3 that the U.S Army Corps of Engineers can proceed to deepen a 102-mile stretch of the Delaware River from the mouth of the bay to Camden N.J. In a 67-page ruling the U.S. Court of Appeals refused New Jerseys demand for new studies to protect the environment. The administration of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said it would review its options in the rulings wake. Christie and his Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) oppose the Corps plans to deepen the Delaware River channel from 40 to 45 feet. Read More

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