02.15.2005 12:00 AM
Mainetoday.com Article Ponders Future of Dielectric Communications
Dielectric Communications is one of the largest suppliers of broadcast antennas in the U.S., but it is a small part of its parent corporation, SPX. People working at Dielectric's Raymond, Maine plant as well as people in the surrounding communities are interested in Dielectric's future and an article on MaineToday.com focuses on what SPX might do with Dielectric Communications. The article notes that SPX has sold off five units since November and asks "What's in store for Dielectric?"

Dielectric's customers are certainly interested in the answer to that question. To learn more, see the article What's in store for Dielectric? by Matt Wickenheiser. The article includes quotes from Jay Martin, VP of sales and marketing at Dielectric and Tina Betlejewski, an SPX spokeswoman.

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