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Maiman Company wins Manufacturer of the Year Award

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The Maiman Company, owned by Tim and Jane Bennett, was named the 2001 Manufacturer of the Year by the Spring-field Area Chamber of Commerce. |ret||ret||tab|

The company, located at 3939 E. Mustard Way in the Partnership Industrial Center, manufactures architectural doors. According to a chamber news release, the two other finalists for the award were ReGen Technologies LLC and Turblex Inc. |ret||ret||tab|

The Maiman Company's doors are used at Yale University, The Old Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House. The company recently introduced Thermal Fused wood doors, a new product in the door industry. The Maiman Company has been in Springfield since 1976, and it has been owned by the Bennetts since 1990. A $10 million expansion project that will add 100,000 square feet to The Maiman Company's campus is under construction across the street from the company's 45,000-square-foot plant.[[In-content Ad]]

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