As a Maine MDOT
Service Center, Lincoln caters to a population of just over
22,000. More than 12,000 vehicles drive through Main
Street each day. Six lending institutions combine to have
over $120 million in deposits. Sales tax indicators
demonstrate continued growth in many sectors. Economic indicators
continue to look good for Lincoln.
Lincoln's business potential
has caught the interest of giant retailers such as Wal*Mart,
Rite Aid, Hannaford, Aubuchon and McDonalds,
just to name a few. Come and invest in Lincoln; You'll
see! Rick Hawkes from Bangor Neon said, “Lincoln is one of
the easiest town’s I’ve dealt with. It has been a pleasure
doing business here”.
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC is Lincoln's
largest employer and the largest party napkin supplier in North
America. The mill has completed an $80 million
investment program that included expanding production by
building the first new paper machine in Maine since 1993 and
investing in energy projects, highlighted by a new turbine
generator that allows
the mill to improve its environmental performance by increasing
electricity self-sufficiency from 25% to 55% and reducing the
amount of oil burned to make process steam by over 90%.
is home to several different industry types. The
Johnston Dandy Company
has been utilized by papermakers using Dandy Rolls (see picture at left) for
over 150 years to produce watermarks in machine made papers, and to make
improvements in the sheet. Dandy Rolls are used for improving formation, closing
up the sheet, smoothing the top side surface, improving felt side quality and
printability and improving drying.
Corporation is a professional organization committed to quality, safety and
efficiency through teamwork and high standards. The FASTCO Corporation is
a mechanical contractor performing projects from design and shop fabrication, to
field installation and maintenance, utilizing experience, technology and
innovation, and specializing in ASME code services. FASTCO Corporation is
an expanding, developing and profitable company, established in Lincoln, Maine,
serving Northern New England's industrial customers.
is another Lincoln Business Treasure that goes unnoticed. Founded in 1954
by Pete Kelner of International Falls, Minnesota, PK Floats Inc. is now located
at the Lincoln Regional Airport (LRG) in Lincoln, Maine. The company was
purchased by Alton Bouchard, of central Maine, from Devore Aviation in the
spring of 2000. All of the tooling, templates
and design data were moved from
Albuquerque, New Mexico to the new manufacturing facility in Lincoln.
thousands of dollars promoting our town because
we want our town to continue to grow. The Town recently sold
its land acquired as a result of the 2002 Main Street Fires.
That parcel is currently being developed into affordable elderly
housing. Once it's completed our downtown will be whole again!
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