Monthly Archives: November 2013

Lee’s Summit steel supplier will double in size

Lee’s Summit-based steel supplier T&W Steel is constructing a 20,000-square-foot warehouse on its property. This will be the third and largest building for T&W Steel on its property at 1612 S.W. ... Read More

Goebel expands into commercial furniture

A measure of Martin Goebel’s business success is the number of trees his company consumes. “This year we’ll harvest about 50 trees,” he said. “Last year we harvested 10.” The figures ... Read More

AgBiTech opens new laboratory at University of Missouri

AgBiTech, an Australian company focused on developing innovative, high-quality products to make farming a more profitable and sustainable, has opened a research laboratory to develop new biological solutions for key insect ... Read More

MU gets $1.1M science grant

The University of Missouri has received a $1.1 million grant to continue a program aimed at increasing diversity in biomedical sciences. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports the grant from the National ... Read More

Schnucks moves into health care

Schnucks, the Midwest and St. Louis chain, opened its first Schnucks Infusion Solutions facility on Page Service Road in September to treat acute and chronic conditions. Infusion therapy involves injecting medicine ... Read More

‘Remote presence’ provider beams into KC tech market

Suitable Technologies will be opening an international support office with eight or nine employees on the 23rd floor of City Center Square, 1100 Main St. Kansas City frequently is chosen for ... Read More

Morris Converting selects Jefferson City for new manufacturing facility

Morris Converting, a subsidiary of Morris Packaging, has selected Jefferson City as the location to build a new 32,000 square foot facility. The company specializes in creating packaging for the food ... Read More

BioMerieux builds ‘lab of the future’ in Hazelwood

BioMerieux, a French-owned medical diagnostics firm, has built a lab at its Hazelwood manufacturing center it says will foster quicker research and development of drugs. The lab of the future, as ... Read More

Cofactor Genomics invested $3.8 million in its St. Louis expansion, plans to create 24 new jobs

Gov. Jay Nixon today joined officials from Cofactor Genomics to celebrate the opening of the company’s new $3.8 million headquarters and laboratory facility in St. Louis. As part of this expansion, ... Read More

Leading automotive parts supplier to bring 118 jobs to Kansas City, Gov. Nixon announces

Missouri’s resurgent automotive industry is bringing another leading automotive parts supplier and more jobs to the Kansas City region, Gov. Jay Nixon announced today. Grupo Antolin North America will invest more ... Read More