Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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• Computer Solutions, LLC has moved to 66 Maverick St. in Rockland.
• Ducktrap River of Maine announced plans to expand its Belfast facilities.
The company wants to double the processing capacity of its operations to about 2,500 metric tons.
Ducktrap’s facility on Little River Drive is expected to increase by roughly 45 percent, from 45,000 to 66,000 square feet. The expansion will call for 40 to 50 new jobs.
• James Goggin, an attorney with Verrill Dana, authored a chapter in the book “Recent Trends in Trademark Protection, 2013 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Educating Clients, Understanding the Impact of Technology, and Navigating the Current Marketplace (Inside the Minds).”
Goggin wrote the chapter “Protecting Trademarks: New Challenges and Strategies.”
• Freeport Knife & Kitchenware has changed its name to Casco Bay Cutlery & Kitchenware and relocated to 5 Depot St. in downtown Freeport.
• Yarmouth Boat Yard and Moose Landing Marina became the newest authorized dealer for Parker Boats and Regal Boats.
Parker and Regal boats will both be available through Moose Landing Marina in Naples.
• Auburn Manufacturing, Inc. will break ground this week for an expansion of its facility at the Kittyhawk Industrial Park in Auburn.
• Allen Insurance and Financial has opened a new office at 156 High St. in Belfast.
This is the company’s fourth office in Maine.
The Belfast office will be staffed by Brian Beaulieu, a financial adviser; Joella Rossignol, a personal insurance specialist; Mallory Follett, commercial insurance service, and Gene Newton, a financial paraplanner.