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Hampton Roads—For the Record

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GuideStar, a Williamsburg provider of information about nonprofit organizations, was cited for the quality of its Web site, GuideStar.org, which was listed 24th on the list of 100 Best Web Sites by the editors of the site http://www.100bestwebsites.org The t.op-rated sites were Yahoo, Google and Amazon. (News release)

Hapag-Lloyd (America) Inc., a shipping company based in Germany, which serves the port of Hampton Roads, announced plans to downsize its Virginia Beach office as part of a corporate reorganization. It was not known immediately how many of the 45 workers in the Virginia office will remain. The move will have no impact on the company’s shipping
service to Hampton Roads. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Mitsubishi Kagaku Imaging Corp., a Chesapeake manufacturer of organic photoconductors, will close one of its plants and lay off 80 workers. The work will be transferred to company facilities in Singapore and Japan. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Monument Construction LLC, a Richmond-based contractor specializing in rehab projects, opened an office in Portsmouth. Daniel P. Hassett will head the Hampton Roads operations. (News release)

Old Point National Bank entered into a deal with Walgreens pharmacies to have its brand on ATMs in 32 Walgreens locations in Hampton Roads. (News release)

Smithfield Packing Co., a unit of Smithfield Foods Inc., will close an outdated smoked ham manufacturing plant in Kinston, N.C., which employs 476 people. The work will be transferred to other facilities, and employees will have the chance to move. Operations at a modern facility that opened in Kinston in 2006 will not be affected. (The
Virginian-Pilot)

GuideStar, a Williamsburg provider of information about nonprofit organizations, was cited for the quality of its Web site, GuideStar.org, which was listed 24th on the list of 100 Best Web Sites by the editors of the site http://www.100bestwebsites.org The t.op-rated sites were Yahoo, Google and Amazon. (News release)

Hapag-Lloyd (America) Inc., a shipping company based in Germany, which serves the port of Hampton Roads, announced plans to downsize its Virginia Beach office as part of a corporate reorganization. It was not known immediately how many of the 45 workers in the Virginia office will remain. The move will have no impact on the company’s shipping
service to Hampton Roads. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Mitsubishi Kagaku Imaging Corp., a Chesapeake manufacturer of organic photoconductors, will close one of its plants and lay off 80 workers. The work will be transferred to company facilities in Singapore and Japan. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Monument Construction LLC, a Richmond-based contractr specializing in rehab projects, opened an office in Portsmouth. Daniel P. Hassett will head the Hampton Roads operations. (News release)

Old Point National Bank entered into a deal with Walgreens pharmacies to have its brand on ATMs in 32 Walgreens locations in Hampton Roads. (News release)

Smithfield Packing Co., a unit of Smithfield Foods Inc., will close an outdated smoked ham manufacturing plant in Kinston, N.C., which employs 476 people. The work will be transferred to other facilities, and employees will have the chance to move. Operations at a modern facility that opened in Kinston in 2006 will not be affected. (The
Virginian-Pilot)

Virtexco Corp. of Norfolk was awarded a $14.8 million contract to design and build a two-story instruction facility for the School of Infantry at the Marine Corps base at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, N.C. (The Virginian-Pilot)


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