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Business Licenses

Business Licenses — July 2017

KENNEWICK Fencing & Awning, 4810 Beauchene Road, Moxee. Associated Warehouses, 580 S. Lucile St., Seattle. Mary Morris Jewelry, 2305 W....
Juan Murillo stands with two wheels recently spray-painted at American Wheel Specialist in Kennewick. The company, which opened 15 years ago, recently acquired a Richland powder-coating business.

Kennewick company finds success in crafting specialty wheels, rims

Juan Murillo said business was slow at American Wheel Specialist on a recent Wednesday. But within the span of five...
An automated system at Columbia Basin Ice in Kennewick puffs a jet of air into the bags to open them up before the machine drops the pre-measured ice into a bag. It’s then sealed and sent along a conveyor belt to be stacked onto a pallet.

Ice makers expect to manufacture nine million bags of ice this year

Kennewick’s Columbia Basin Ice anticipates $7M in sales for 2017 Tri-Citians reaching into big store coolers to grab a bag...
Business Licenses

Business Licenses — June 2017

KENNEWICK   Lenk General Contracting, 2602 S. Ledbetter St. Christine Bauer, 400 W. 21st Place. Gustavo Pires Siri Brazilian Jiu...
Business Licenses

Business Licenses — May 2017

KENNEWICK Riverwood Homes Washington, 4304 W. 24th Ave., Suite 150. Sonic Drive In, 8600 W. Gage Blvd. Electric Cloud, 3902...

Networking — April 2017

Local law firm adds shareholders  Smart, Connell, Childers and Verhulp has changed its name to Smart Law Offices, paying homage to...
Pacific Steel & Recycling warehouse customer service specialist Shawn Jackson sends cans up the conveyor to be weighed. The company accepts an average of 400 to 500 pounds of cans per day.

Metals market sees an upswing as economy improves

Pacific Steel & Recycling customers include food processing, construction, towing companies Long before Jackie Koleber became the manager of Pacific...
Business Briefs

Business Briefs — March 2017

Job fair planned for teachers at Tri-Tech Those interested in teaching career and technical education, or CTE, courses can learn more...
Dennis Kyllo, one of Central Washington Corn Processors’ five principal owners, tells visitors on a tour of the 95,480-square-foot Richland warehouse that it has the capacity to store 35,000 tons of animal feed.

Tri-Cities ends year at top of job market, largest labor force

By Sean Bassinger The Tri-Cities ended the year with the largest labor force ever and the fastest-growing job market in...
Railex Wine Services

Union Pacific acquires 3 Railex properties, including Wallula

Union Pacific has acquired Railex LLC’s refrigerated and cold storage assets, including Wallula’s warehouse and supporting equipment. The deal, announced...

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