Aid workers stricken by the Ebola virus in Africa recently were transported back to the U.S. for treatment in aircraft equipped with Fargo-based Spectrum Aeromed’s advanced life-support stretcher systems. Georgia-based Phoenix Air Group Inc. has been a Spectrum customer for about 12 years, according to Matthew Christensen, Spectrum vice president and account executive. Upon learning that its equipment was used in the mission, Christensen says Spectrum’s staff was excited, but not surprised. “Our mission is to save lives,” he says.
West Fargo, N.D.-based door manufacturer Midland Bi-fold Doors has changed its name to Midland Door Solutions in order to better reflect its core capabilities and products as well as its growth into architectural applications, the company says.
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