Beckley, West Virginia – Advanced Urethane Engineering will be given early-stage funding assistance of up to $10,000.
Funding comes from the Robert C Byrd Institute (RCBI). It is help to develop new products and help companies expand operations. The funding is focused on West Virginia.
Advanced Urethane Engineering manufactures items for the mining and aggregate industries. It will use the award to expand and produce new moulds.
‘We recognise the need for West Virginia to diversify its economy,’ said Charlotte Weber, RCBI’s director & CEO. ‘We’re very excited to assist manufacturers as they re-tool, earn international certifications necessary to secure new contracts, develop new products and pivot to new markets’.