'Green' countertop manufacturer's inability to compete in CA keeping it from investment cash

Posted by Gino DiCaro, Vice President, Communications on April 30, 2010

California manufacturers can barely compete domestically and globally.  This goes for our 'greenest' producers as well.  This was underscored today in a San Francisco Business times article by Lindsay Riddell.

Riddell explained a developing story on Richmond-based Vetrazzo -- a manufacturer that makes sustainable countertops from recycled glass.

It looks like the 22-employee Vetrazzo would like to grow in California but investors won't pony up the $2 million cash unless they move to where they can compete. 

Click here for her story.

Vetrazzo website.





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