Bainbridge Local Business
Friday May 8 | via Daily Herald
Fiat Chrysler has asked a Georgia judge for a new trial a month after a jury awarded $150 million to the family of a 4-year-old Georgia boy killed in a crash and fire involving a Jeep. The company, which makes Jeeps, says the jury's award of $120 million for the life of Remington Walden and $30 million for his pain and suffering are "grossly excessive" and illegal under Georgia law. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via Chemical Online
MHG, The Biopolymer Company, and Tate & Lyle, a leading global producer of specialty ingredients and solutions, announce today that MHG will support expanded production of Tate & Lyle's Staramic Starch line, a versatile modified corn starch that is used as a binder and thickener in industrial products such as joint cements, interior wall coatings, craft paints, ceramics, and also general adhesives, at the company's facility in Bainbridge, Georgia. "As we continue to grow our line of functional natural polymers, it was important to find the right tolling partner who met our high standards and those of our customers," says Chris Atkinson, Manager, National Accounts for Industrial Starches, Tate & Lyle. Comment?
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