CLEVELAND, OH - The Scene Pavilion entertainment complex recently underwent a complete facelift that dramatically enhanced the aesthetic and acoustical value of this lakeside attraction. This undertaking was recently highlighted in the January/February 2004 edition of Fabric Architecture.
WOOSTER, OH - Seaman Corporation’s Shelter-Rite fabric made its second Olympic appearance at the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino. The fabric covers a temporary NBC Today Show broadcast studio and pavilion that was specially designed to be used for summer and winter Olympic events through 2012.
WOOSTER, Ohio, June 11, 2003 – Seaman Corporation, world leader in innovating the design and manufacture of high performance industrial fabrics, has completed a $7 million expansion project at its primary manufacturing facility here.
WOOSTER, Ohio - During a time when many business leaders worry about the economy, or even succumb to the economic impact of aggressive off-shore competition, Seaman Corporation holds the line and continues to move forward.
WOOSTER, Ohio - Seaman Corporation announced today that, although it has found ways to cut costs by over $1 million a year, it still will be forced to increase prices of all of its high performance fabric products by 7 percent effective Oct. 1, 2006.
WOOSTER, Ohio - Seaman Corporation has announced that, despite company-wide efforts to offset continuing increases in raw material costs and other supply chain expenses, the company will be increasing costs of virtually all of their products by 3 percent to 12 percent. The price increase is effective May 1, 2011.
BRISTOL, Tennessee – Seaman Corporation has announced a three-year plan to invest $7 million at its manufacturing plant here.
Imagine sitting in your office and one day your boss drops by, tosses you a loaded squirt gun and tells you to meet out back and join the rest of your co-workers in a company-wide water tag game on an inflatable maze.
Many of us have had the fun of tossing off our shoes and climbing onto an inflatable game to kick, climb, box, slide or jump all over it. After all, they're not just for kids any more. Once enjoyed only at fairs and festivals, people now pump air into these games and use them for corporate events, team building retreats, high school proms, water sports and backyard parties.