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Posted: Friday Mar 23, 2012

March 23, 2012

Technical assistance provided by the Small Business Development Center at Saint Vincent College and the Small Business Administration have helped Carbi-Tech of Vandergrift grow from a rented garage to a 17,000 sq. ft. facility that employs 20 workers. Rhett Crooks, second from left, co-owner of Carbi-Tech, recently gave a plant tour to, from left, James Kunkel, executive director of the Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center; SBA Administrator Karen Mills; and U.S. Congressman Mark Critz. The firm produces and supplies custom precision parts to the nation’s auto industry.


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