Maine Lobstering Union buys wholesaler
March 2, 2017 - storage organizer
ELLSWORTH — The Maine Lobstering Union will spend $4 million to buy a indiscriminate business side of a Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound, according to a published news in a Portland Press Herald.
Warren Pettegrow reportedly will stay on as manager of a indiscriminate lobster buying, storage and sales operation that includes a tidal holding bruise and a 180,000-pound tank trickery in Lamoine for a foreseeable future.
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The Pettegrow family will continue to possess and work a iconic grill and sell operation located in Trenton during a northern finish of a overpass to Mount Desert Island.
The squeeze was reliable in a matter on a International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers’ Facebook page from IAM Eastern Territory General Vice President Jimmy Conigliaro Sr. The Maine Lobstering Union is orderly as a internal section of a IAM.
Initially, according to reports, a internal kinship will form a mild to buy a members. Union President Rocky Alley was quoted as observant that eventually a kinship hoped to enhance a shopping operations statewide.
Telephone calls to Alley, Pettegrow and IAM organizer Joel Pitcher this week were not returned by press time.
Stephen Rappaport has lived in Maine for scarcely 30 years. A lifelong sailor, he spends as most time as probable messing about in boats. [email protected]