TurnKey finds new home in Salisbury
SALISBURY — TurnKey Technologies has carved out a niche in the machining industry.
The company specializes in making machines that other companies use to assemble plastic parts or attach plastic to metal.
Once based in Concord, TurnKey recently bought the old PowerCurbers building on Bringle Ferry Road and spent $215,000 fixing it up. Owners won the city’s first grant — $25,000 — from the new Industrial Building Revitalization Grant Program, which is designed to encourage companies to rehabilitate older, vacant buildings.
Read more in Sunday’s Post.
Contact reporter Emily Ford at 704-797-4264.