RED LION CONTROLS
Red Lion Controls on Tuesday announced the expansion of its miliatry-grade ethernet switch portfolio.
A tech firm focused on industrial automation, Red Lion Controls has added the Sixnet MIL300 series--switches that provide enhanced ethernet performance, advanced security features and a common software platform for easy deployment.
The Sixnet MIL300 series is designed to perform in harsh military environments that include battlefield communications, ground combat vehicles and airborne applications.
"As military vehicles and applications become more technology-intensive, the need for rugged, high-performance, full-featured military-rated switches will continue to expand--on land, air and sea," said Scott Killian, director of military sales at Red Lion Controls.
A series of interactive business planning workshops will be held at York College next month.
Beginning at 6 p.m. Aug. 2, York Score will host three-hour workshops on five consecutive Thursdays in August.
The workshops will incorporate lectures, individual and small group exercises, homework, and confidential counseling to help prepare business plans, determine personal readiness and the potential profitability of business concepts.
Costs are $125 per person and $85 per additional attendee associated with the same business.
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Second quarter financials
Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson, Inc. will release its second quarter 2012 financial results before market hours on Wednesday, Aug. 1.
The motorcycle manufacturer, which operates a factory in Springettsbury Township, said the public is invited to attend a webcast conference call and downloadable slide presentation with company executives from 9 to 10 a.m.
For more information and to access the webcast, visit http://investor.harley-davidson.com.
Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc.'s board of directors on Tuesday announced a regular quarterly cash dividend of 11 cents per common share.
It is payable on Aug. 14 to shareholders of record at the close of business on July 24. The dividend is a 2-cent increase, increase from the cash dividend paid in May.
Leader Heights-based Codorus Valley Bancorp is the parent company of PeoplesBank.