Business briefs

August 10, 2003

JLG Industries

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - JLG Industries Inc. has announced it has completed the purchase of the OmniQuip business unit of Textron.

JLG purchased the assets of Trak International Inc., which include all operations relating to the Sky Trak and Lull brand telehandler products, for $100 million.

Sales for the purchased operations in calendar year 2002 totaled approximately $217 million.

Schoenberger's Restaurant

CHAMBERSBURG - Schoenberger's Restaurant at 346 Lincoln Way East, Chambersburg, has been purchased by three local businessmen.

The agreement was signed Aug. 1, for undisclosed terms, by Bill Wagner and the businessmen, Randy Rotz, Nathan Rotz and Shane Snively. The restaurant will remain under the management of Wagner.

Western Cary of Maryland

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. - Western Cary of Maryland, whose headquarters is in Hagerstown, was recently re-certified through the National Association of Home Builders Research Center's Certified Insulation Contractors Program.


The research center administers the certification program and provides neutral third-party evaluation of participating contractors to ensure that they meet high quality installation standards.

St. Lawrence Cement

St. Lawrence Cement is planning an open house Saturday, Aug. 23, beginning at 10 a.m. at the plant's Security Road location near Hagerstown.

Guests will have the opportunity to see the company's kiln and quarry, learn about cement production and environmental challenges and view the company's pictorial histories.

St. Lawrence Cement produces products and services for the construction industry, including cement, concrete, aggregates and construction.

Younger Toyota

Younger Toyota in Hagerstown was named recipient of the 2002 Toyota Motor Sales President's Award for the fifth time.

The President's Award is awarded to dealerships that demonstrate a commitment to maintaining Toyota's high standards for customer satisfaction.

Younger Toyota also has been recognized for ongoing community support with the Humane Society of Washington County. The dealership assisted with recent fund-raising efforts for a $2.1 million, 12,500-square-foot shelter that opened last December.

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