£230m deal provides "clear strategic, competitive and value-enhancing benefits" for London Stock Exchange-listed company
Northumberland manufacturer Aesica is poised to unveil sales of £200m in latest accounts - a tenfold increase since the firm began.
Breaking into the Top 200 list, or staying in it, enables smaller firms, by such associations to impress potential clients with the sort of company they can keep
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has supported Silverfleet Capital-backed Aesica Pharmaceuticals Ltd, a leading pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organisation
In our search for the stars of the region's export companies in the North East Exporters' Awards we focus on the Mid and Large Exporter of the Year
A worker was left fighting for his life in hospital after being covered in bromine at Aesica Pharmaceuticals in Cramlington
A DRUGS company is reviewing expansion plans at its 180-job Northumberland factory following a controversial Government decision to approve a massive opencast coal mine nearby.
ANTI-opencast protesters claimed they had been let down by the Government last night after a massive new mine near a Northumberland town was given the green light.
Dr Steve Barker, site director at Cramlington said: “We are delighted to sponsor the environment category and look forward to a very high standard of entry from organisations in the region.
NORTHUMBERLAND is gearing up for the challenges of global change in the pharmaceutical sector.
Company of the Year - sponsored by One NorthEast
In our series looking at the winners of the North-East Business Awards 2006, which are organised by The Journal and the Evening Gazette on Teesside, we focus on Responsive Engineering.
Up to 500 jobs could be created in Cramlington, Northumberland, under plans for a hi-tech business park focusing on the growing healthcare market.
Parkdean Holidays has grown from one park in 1999 to owning and operating 20 across the UK, with a workforce at the height of the season of around 2,400 people.
The process sector dominates the North-East's economy. But there's more to this complex industry than chemical plants and refineries as Anastasia Weiner discovered.
THERE are only hours to go before the best businesses in the region are unveiled.
Much of Cramlington as we know it dates back to the 1960s and 70s after it was designated a new town.
We have recently learned that Newcastle International Airport's passenger numbers for 2006 were its highest ever, a staggering 5.4m people.
The best businesses from across our region have entered the North-East Business Awards and now we are ready to reveal the shortlist for the Tyneside & Northumberland sub-region.
Two drugs companies in Northumberland have failed in their bids to cut energy bills by installing wind turbines - because of safety fears at Newcastle Airport.