Anthony Burich, 55, managing member of Oregon-based Monolite Composites, wants t
Anthony Burich, 55, managing member of Oregon-based Monolite Composites, wants to start Maine Monolite in Bath and make it one of the state's largest employers. Burich's wife, Jane Kelley, grew up in Millinocket. The product, a membrane coating for composites, can supposedly withstand intense heat, corrosion, and ballistic damage better than traditional materials. A group including Bath officials and business people is working on the proposed start-up, which they hope might replace the area's lost manufacturing jobs. Burich hopes a network of employee-owned Maine companies will become individually licensed to manufacture Monolite applications, perhaps in the marine, military, and construction industries. With details on potential funding options and Burich's checkered career.
Composite materials industry, Burich, Anthony
Smith, Taylor, "Anthony Burich, 55, managing member of Oregon-based Monolite Composites, wants t" (2004). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2726.
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