WestRock Co. is the world's second largest manufacturer of corrugated packaging.
Founded in 1966, Coherent Inc. is one of the world’s leading providers of lasers and laser-based technology for scientific, commercial, and industrial customers. The company's common stock is listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market and is part of the Russell 1000 and Standard & Poor’s SmallCap 400 Index. For more information about Coherent, visit the company's website for product and financial updates.
Cambridge Polymer Group Inc. is a contract research laboratory specializing in materials and products. The company's services range from routing analytical testing to new product research and development. Cambridge provides a high-quality rapid turnaround resource with its multidisciplined, experienced team in all sizes of projects.
Locus Robotics is dedicated to transforming the supply chain through the use of autonomous mobile robots. Its innovative, flexible solutions work collaboratively alongside workers, helping them pick two to five times faster, with near-100% accuracy. This proven, powerful technology integrates easily into existing warehouse infrastructure without disrupting workflows to allow users to realize immediate improvements in critical business metrics.
Evergreen Packaging Group Inc. is a manufacturer and distributor for protective packaging products. The company manufactures air bubble sheets and bubble mailers in its commerce facility. Evergreen also carries foam rolls, poly mailers, packing tape, stretch film, and other warehouse and shipping supplies. The company's priority is the care of its customers; it has been dedicated to supplying high-quality products at competitive prices.
EXOVA's laboratory has been servicing the medical device, polymer, and pharmaceutical industries for more than four decades. The company is an expert in the development, prototyping, and testing of medical devices and implantable materials. Its laboratory is ISO 17025 accredited and FDA/Health Canada inspected.
Sharklet is the world’s first technology to inhibit bacterial growth through pattern alone. The Sharklet surface is comprised of millions of microscopic features arranged in a distinct diamond pattern. The structure of the pattern alone inhibits bacteria from attaching, colonizing, and forming biofilms. Sharklet contains no toxic additives or chemicals, and uses no antibiotics or antimicrobials.