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    << Return to news list The Warren County region is on a positive upward trend and by all indications it appears this trend will continue into 2018. A variety of factors have contributed to recent gains in new investments and jobs. A key turnaround factor has been the ability to diversify and grow a group of industries, rather than rely on one or two major industries.
     
    Paper manufacturing (Finch Paper) and other "legacy" businesses such as cement manufacturing (Lehigh Hanson) while smaller in numbers are incorporating modernization and technology efficiencies that have stabilized the companies and made them more competitive. There have been gains in other key diverse sectors, such as medical device manufacturing, health care, financial, professional services, recreation/art/entertainment and destination tourism and hospitality.
     
    This region is strategically located at the crossroads of the northern ridge of the prospering Capital Region and the Southern Adirondack basin-no better place to work, play and call home.
     
    Read the article in the Glens Falls Business Journal.
      
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