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For the Record: Southwest Virginia, July 2010

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Boxley, a Blue Ridge concrete manufacturer, bought concrete plants in Wytheville, Marion and Abingdon from P&T Concrete and W&S Concrete. The deal expands Boxley’s presence in Southwest Virginia. (The Roanoke Times)

Double Envelope, a Roanoke subsidiary of BSC Ventures, bought Oles Envelope Corp., a Baltimore manufacturer of custom envelopes. Double Envelope produces standard envelopes for direct-mail clients. (The Roanoke Times)

Olver Inc., a Blacksburg environmental engineering firm, was bought by CHA, a New York-based engineering firm with 27 offices nationwide. (The Roanoke Times)

Optical Cable Corp., a Roanoke-based producer of fiber-optic line, secured a $6 million revolving credit facility from SunTrust Bank. The new line of credit replaces an existing one with Valley Bank and will be used for working capital needs. (PRNewswire)

The Radford Army Ammunition Plant was fined $20,000 by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality for the release of excessive lead from the smokestack of an explosive-waste incinerator. The incinerator was also shut down for a time but has resumed operation. (The Roanoke Times)

ECPI Technical College, a provider of career training in the Roanoke Valley, changed its named to Skyline College in an effort to better align its image with that of the region as a whole. (Business Wire)


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