The Artcraft Company Becomes First 100 Percent Solar Powered Engraving and Printing Facility in New England
Sean Bielat, local businessman and congressional hopeful spoke at the event, "This project represents one of the best ways for government to support development of new technologies-by providing competitive grants and then getting out of the way as much as possible to enable businesses and families to decide what is best for their needs. This project will cut costs for Artcraft, making it even more competitive in the market and thus spur growth and job creation. I salute John Dumouchel and Artcraft for taking initiative to compete for a grant to invest in new technology. It's just one more example of local companies being at the cutting edge of innovation."
Dumouchel, who recently finished serving as President of the International Engraved Graphics Association (IEGA), like his father before him, was at the event with his wife and four children, and watched as his children cut the ribbon to launch the beginning of this exciting endeavor for The Artcraft Company. "I am delighted that so many came out to support North Attleboro's first industrial solar project, and that my four children were there to witness, and partake in, our latest green initiative, as this is actually for them," said Dumouchel.
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