Richard Seaman Featured in Textile World

Posted by Kim Seaman on June 5, 2015

Richard Seaman, Chairman and CEO of Seaman Corporation, was recently featured in Textile World magazine in a detailed Q&A session about his contributions to the industrial fabric industry.

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Seaman Corporation Ceremonies Mark Completion of $50 Million Capital Investment

Posted by Michelle Miller on August 21, 2014

WOOSTER, Ohio, August 21, 2014 – Key government and business leaders were among the 240 who attended Seaman Corporation dedication ceremonies marking the completion of a 10-year, $50 million capital improvement program, capped with a $15 million investment over the past three years.

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Seaman Corporation Promotes John Crum To President/COO

Posted by Michelle Miller on January 28, 2014

WOOSTER, Ohio– Seaman Corporation has announced the promotion of John Crum to the positions of President and Chief Operating Officer. An employee of the company for 16 years, he previously held the titles of Vice President of Operations, Executive Vice President and Co-President.

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Seaman Corp. Completes $3 Million Investment At Bristol

Posted by Kim Seaman on November 17, 2011

WOOSTER, Ohio–At a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by state and local government officials, as well as top officers the company, Seaman Corporation marked the completion of a $3 million capital investment project at the company's manufacturing facility in Bristol, Tennessee.

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Seaman Corporation Announces $7.5 Million Capital Plan In Ohio

Posted by Michelle Miller on November 1, 2011

WOOSTER, Ohio –Crediting support from the State of Ohio and the City of Wooster, Seaman Corporation has announced plans for a $7.5 million capital investment program, which ultimately is expected to protect current employment levels and add more jobs in the near future.

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A Visit To Wooster Nagar

Posted by Richard Seaman on January 8, 2011

WOOSTER, Ohio –When a major disaster occurs, in our own country or elsewhere in the world, we Americans want to immediately reach out and make a difference in the lives of those affected. Some respond by traveling to the disaster site. Most, however, look for the opportunities to send dollars. Our choices are few – the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, our church's mission outreach. And while sending our check helps to fulfill our sense of responsibility, we have no way of actually knowing the direct impact our dollars have on the lives of those affected by the tragedy.

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Seaman Corporation Sends Fabric To Haiti To Be Used For Shelter

Posted by Michelle Miller on April 22, 2010

WOOSTER, Ohio, –In the aftermath of the earthquake that devastated thousands of lives in Haiti in January, an unprecedented outpouring of caring and support from around the world has kick-started the process of recovery. Seaman Corporation is proud to be a part of the global assistance effort.

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SEAMAN CORPORATION DONATES $250,000 IN FABRIC TO SUPPORT GULF COAST DISASTER RELIEF EFFORT

Posted by Kim Seaman on May 22, 2008

WOOSTER, Ohio, – Seaman Corporation has donated 13 truckloads of fabric worth over $250,000 to disaster relief efforts in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in the Gulf Coast area. The donation was made through Friend Ships Unlimited, a global disaster relief organization that deploys large-scale humanitarian aid throughout the world, deploying vessels from its Lake Charles, Louisiana home base - an area also hard hit by the recent hurricanes.

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Seaman Corporation's IFAI Expo Booth Activity Benefits Cancer Charity

Posted by Kim Seaman on May 22, 2008

WOOSTER, Ohio – The Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute received a contribution from Seaman Corporation as a result of the company’s booth activity during the recent IFAI Expo in Las Vegas.

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SEAMAN WEAVES AWARENESS AND INNOVATION INTO ITS FORMULA FOR CORPORATE STRENGTH

Posted by Michelle Miller on May 22, 2008

WOOSTER, Ohio – Seaman Corporation, widely considered to be among the corporate leaders in Wayne County economic development, also finds it wise to keep a vigilant eye on the business climate a half a world away.

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