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Energy / Manufacturing

Central Moloney Names Travis Mosler as Director of Marketing (Movers & Shakers)

He previously owned and operated Crossbuck Creative. read more >
Energy / Manufacturing

Acquisition Won’t Change Central Moloney, Hart Says

Wind Point Partners confirmed its acquisition of the nine-figure manufacturing company on Oct. 27. read more >
Manufacturing / Media & Marketing

Travis Mosler Joins Central Moloney

Veteran creative director and content producer Travis Mosler is the new director of marketing at Central Moloney Inc. of Pine Bluff. read more >
Chris Hart is the president and CEO of Central Maloney, Inc., based in Pine Bluff.
 
Education / Energy

Transforming the Workforce (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Historic demand is pushing an Arkansas company to strike up innovative workforce partnerships. read more >
Chris Hart is the president and CEO of Central Moloney Inc., based in Pine Bluff.
Construction / Energy / Real Estate

2 Arkansas-Owned Transformer Makers Expanding Due to Peak DemandLock Icon

ERMCO Inc. and Central Moloney Inc. have both announced their plans to expand in the last few months. read more >
Chris Hart is the president and CEO of Central Maloney, Inc., based in Pine Bluff.
 
Construction / Energy

Why Central Moloney Needs a New Factory

The market has never been hotter for electrical transformers. read more >
Education / Energy

A Transformative Opportunity? (Editorial)

Could Arkansas colleges find opportunity in a nationwide electrical transformer shortage? read more >
Energy / Manufacturing

Central Moloney Acquires Superior Tool

Central Moloney Inc. of Pine Bluff announced last week its acquisition of Superior Tool Inc. of Redfield. read more >
Rick Carpenter, CEO of Central States Manufacturing Inc. of Lowell, with Donna Leger, President. 
Manufacturing

Arkansas Manufacturing Gets Mixed Revenue Bag

2012 produced a mixed bag of results for the six Arkansas manufacturers on this year’s 75 largest private companies list. Half were up, and half were down. read more >
Central States Manufacturing CEO Rick Carpenter, left, and Presidents  Donna Leger stand in the main lobby of their office in Lowell.
Manufacturing

Central States Manufacturing Enjoys Good Year Among State’s Top Private Companies

Central States Manufacturing Inc. of Lowell records a 25 percent increase in sales during 2011. read more >