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Business at a glance

Parkview Health, Fort Wayne, is among the nominees for the 2012 IDN Summit Supply Chain of Excellence Awards program. The award honors innovative efforts for achieving critical supply-chain efficiencies in health care.

Crossroads RV recently introduced several new products at the RVIA Dealer Show in Louisville, Ky., including the Sunset Trail fifth wheel, Cruiser Aire, Elevation toy hauler and Hampton Destination Trailer.

Felderman Design-Build recently broke ground on Fort Wayne Allergy & Asthma Consultants’ new medical office building on the Lutheran Hospital campus.

Sterling Contracting LLC won the contract for the concrete package for the new Verizon Wireless store at the new Shoppes on Six center in Elkhart, for which Thompson Thrift is the general contractor.

The Hagar Corp., parent company of Specialized Printed Products and eMAGC, recently acquired Geyer Instructional Aids Co.

Mid-America Sign Corp. won the sign package contracts for the General Mills Dry Distribution Plant in Fort Wayne and the Family Dollar Distribution Center in Ashley.

Strebig Construction Inc. won the exterior phase I contract for the new West Side Tractor Sales Co. sales and maintenance facility at 3120 Congressional Parkway.

1st Source Bank was recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration for closing the most Patriot Express Loans in Indiana during the past year. The loans are a pilot initiative for veterans and members of the military community wanting to establish or expand small businesses.

Maple Leaf Farms’ company store, Duck, Down & Above, recently had its grand opening at 101 E. Church St., Leesburg. For information, call 574-453-4455.

The Sierra Club recently recognized NIPSCO for its efforts to fully develop its clean energy pilot program.

Cadillac Coffee Co. announced the launch of a new customer service center at its Fort Wayne location. New and current customers can place their orders by phone locally or online. For information, go to www.cadillaccoffee.com.

Doktor Krusher LLC, a new company at 21270 Antwerp Road, Harlan, started by David Weikel, has created a portable and affordable tool to safely destroy decommissioned hard drives. For information, call 433-9591 or go to www.doktorkrusher.com.

FFW Corp., parent company of Crossroads Bank, approved a quarterly cash dividend of 11 cents per share of common stock payable Dec. 30 to shareholders of record on Thursday.

KPC Media Group received the MS Superstar Employer of the Year Award from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Indiana State Chapter. The company was nominated for its dedication to improving the lives of individuals with multiple sclerosis and its involvement with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Health insurance policies underwritten in Indiana by Consumers Life have been transferred to its parent company, Medical Mutual of Ohio. For information, go to www.medmutual.com.

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