Month: July 2018

Bieber will continue bus service to NYC; Trans-Bridge releases Port Authority schedule

Bieber Transportation Group will continue its bus service to New York City, the company announced Friday, a week after the Port Authority of New York said it was booting Bieber from its Manhattan bus terminal over unpaid bills. Earlier Friday, rival Trans-Bridge Lines announced its schedule between… This story original published here: LV Business Cycle …

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Topflight: June passenger numbers at LVIA top six-year high

Lehigh Valley International Airport has returned to familiar heights as monthly passenger numbers topped 70,000 for the first time in six years. Airport officials announced Monday that 72,600 passenger flew out of the Hanover Township, Lehigh County facility in June. The figure topped June 2017’s… This story original published here: LV Business Cycle – Lehigh …

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B. Braun to expand, add 250 jobs in the Lehigh Valley

In November, after an event to tout an apprenticeship training program at B. Braun Medical Inc., company Vice President Rex Boland said the medical device firm saw a “long-range future” in the Lehigh Valley with “significant increases in our workforce here.” Boland, also general manager of B. Braun’s… This story original published here: LV Business …

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Air Products will move headquarters a mile away, near Uline

With facilities in 50 countries around the world, Air Products truly has a global footprint. As for that new corporate headquarters? The Trexlertown industrial gas company will build it on a property it once owned, about 2,000 steps away from its sprawling 235-acre campus. Air Products told employees… This story original published here: LV Business …

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UPS has a special delivery for Palmer: 900 jobs at its new warehouse

Package delivery giant UPS is about to become a giant employer in Palmer Township. Starting in September or October, UPS will be looking to hire about 900 people for its new “peak season hub” at 1620 Van Buren Road in 33 Logistics Park, company spokeswoman Kim Krebs said late Tuesday. The available… This story original …

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Lidl scraps plans for two Lehigh Valley supermarkets amid shaky U.S. rollout

German grocer Lidl first made a splash in the Lehigh Valley more than two years ago, when it announced plans to build stores in Wilson and later Whitehall and Bethlehem townships. Now, however, it appears stores earmarked for two of those communities have been scrapped amid a shaky rollout of the… This story original published …

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Lehigh Valley business icon Charles Chrin remembered for his diligence, charity

In 2000, then-Northampton County Executive Glenn Reibman pushed for an additional Route 33 interchange in the Palmer Township-Tatamy area, setting aside $ 4.5 million for the new exit as part of his $ 111 million bond. The money never went toward the interchange, but about 15 years later, a new exit… This story original published …

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