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Company to bring manufacturing jobs back to Inland Empire

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Trident Case, an Ontario company that makes metal cases used to protect iPhones, iPads and other electronic devices, is moving some of its manufacturing operation from China back to the Inland Empire. Trident Case has bought a 42,000-square-foot facility at 9076 Hyssop Drive in Rancho Cucamonga and will transfer up …

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State slaps Inland DC for safety violations

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A Jurupa Valley distribution center has been fined more than $34,000 for various safety violations. The California Department of Occupational Safety and Health last week issued 12 citations against Olivet International that included blocked exits, restrooms that were not maintained and merchandise that was stacked without proper support, according to …

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Bank expands in Inland Empire

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AmericanWest Bank has completed its purchase of eight Pacific Trust Bank offices in the Inland Empire. The transaction, which was announced Oct. 4, includes two offices in Riverside and one in Temecula, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. The sale was valued at $6.3 million. AmericanWest agreed …

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Press-Enterprise sold

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Freedom Communications Inc., owner of the Orange County Register, announced Thursday that it has reached an agreement to buy The Press-Enterprise in Riverside. The $27.25 million transaction is expected to close this month, according to a report originally published in the Victorville Daily Press. Besides the Register, Freedom Communications owns …

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Toro honored for its irrigation efforts

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The Toro Company was honored recently for its support of irrigation throughout California and for its work with cities, water districts and the state in getting July designated as “Smart Irrigation Month.” Assemblyman Eric Linder, R-Corona, recently recognized the Riverside-based company for its irrigation efforts, according to a statement. For …

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Inland recycling company moves to larger operation

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A recycling company has opened a 100,000-square-foot facility in Pomona. National Environmental Protection Co., better known as NEPCO, held a grand opening ceremony last week at its facility at 750 S. Reservoir St. in southeast Pomona, according to a published report. The company, which employs more than 50 people, converts …

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