Alternative flour maker sees gains in market
The recent shortage of all-purpose flour has forced some consumers to reach for Hearthy Foods’ non-grain options.
Businesses race to keep up with demand
For L.A. distillers, a quick pivot to producing hand sanitizer instead of crafting small-batch spirits made civic and, they hope, business sense.
Cargo flow continues amid precautions at LA, LB
While most businesses nationwide are temporarily closing or asking employees to work from home, thousands of workers in San Pedro Bay continue transferring containers off and on cargo ships.
But February increase still lags competitors
New-vehicle sales at American Honda Motor Co. Inc. totaled 120,006 cars and light trucks in February, a 4.2% increase compared to the same period last year.
Pittsburgh-based company buys rubber recycling firm
Pittsburgh-based Liberty Tire Recycling has acquired Lakin Tire, based in Santa Fe Springs.
LA, Long Beach seek efficiency and security
Threatened by a common adversary, the ports of L.A. and Long Beach have vowed to collaborate on several operational initiatives to preserve San Pedro Bay’s competitive edge.
Kellstrom joins Aero Precision
El Segundo-based Kellstrom Defense Aerospace Inc. has been sold to a Northern California-based competitor but will keep its ties to Los Angeles County.
Regulations boost electric truck-maker
Upcoming regulations for the trucking and transport industry is working in North Hollywood-based Xos Trucks Inc.'s favor.
Retail Therapy Takes on a New Meaning at LA’s Favorite Gift Shop
MaeMae Jewelry, a female-founded Los-Angeles company, was created with that simple mission at heart, helping people love and accept themselves — and their feelings.
Maersk pays $545 Million for Performance Team
Performance Team of El Segundo has been acquired for $545 million by Danish shipping giant A.P. Møller – Maersk.
Truck parts maker staffs up in US
Frank Sonzala, chief executive of a South Gate-based truck chassis manufacturer, is transferring about a third of his company’s production from China to the United States, a move he says will create about 275 local jobs.
Motivo machine brings green farming
Motivo Engineering’s new electric-powered Monarch tractor performs farming functions quietly, with no human operator and without any trace of pollution.
Cargo volume slips again at LA and Long Beach
The local ports reported single-digit dips in cargo volumes for January with one notable exception: Port of Los Angeles exports saw a modest upswing.
Security, optoelectronic units drive gains
OSI Systems Inc., a manufacturer of security scanning equipment, medical monitoring devices and optoelectronic components, posted $64.8 million in net income on $1.18 billion revenue during its 2019 fiscal year.
Firm plans NY battery effort
Century City alternative asset management firm Ares Management Corp. has agreed to partner with Atlanta-based Dimension Renewable Energy to further develop large-scale battery energy storage projects in New York state.