Perma Treat Corp. of Connecticut last week announced that it would take over the
Perma Treat Corp. of Connecticut last week announced that it would take over the former Forster Manufacturing mill in Mattawamkeag, and will form a new company, Aroostook and Bangor Resources Inc., to make railroad ties. It also proposes burning creosote-treated railroad ties for fuel, something that the Maine Department of Environmental Protection believes is a first for the state. The Springfield Terminal Railway Co., owned by the father of Perma Treat President David A. Finks, has proposed making Mattawamkeag a transportation hub for northern Maine. Details.
Aroostook and Bangor Resources Inc -- Mattawamkeag, Forster Mfg. Co, Perma Treat Corp Mattawamkeag
"Perma Treat Corp. of Connecticut last week announced that it would take over the" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14501.
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