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Lorain

(lôrān`), city (1990 pop. 71,245), Lorain co., N Ohio, on Lake Erie at the mouth of the Black River; inc. 1834. Once an important ore-shipping point, Lorain has shipyards, steelworks, automobile-assembly plants, and commercial fisheries. Its port activities, once integral to the city's economy, have declined in bulk and importance over the years. Power equipment, building materials, navigation equipment, and toys are among the manufactures. Lorain also has numerous boating facilities.

Lorain

 

a city in the northern USA, in Ohio. Population, 78,000 (1970; 257,000 including the neighboring city of Elyria and the total suburban area). Lorain is a port on Lake Erie, receiving iron ore and shipping coal; it is also a railroad junction. In 1969, 34,000 people were employed in industry; the main branch of industry is ferrous metallurgy. Shipbuilding, metal-working, and industrial equipment manufacturing are other local industries.

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American Lorain started layout on western-style potato products in China several years ago.
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In order to ensure quality and food safety, American Lorain also provides all food products, as well as procurement of other materials and suppliers for BFC owners.
Campana has volunteered his time and leadership to a variety of organizations, including Mercy Health, Lorain County Metro Parks, Team Lorain County and 100 Men of Lorain County.
In light of recent food scandals coming from other Chinese producers, American Lorain has explicitly stated that the preparation of high-quality products as well the health and safety of customers are top priorities at ALN.
We view the addition in our Lorain market as a sign of our commitment to being the leading company in our industry in Ohio.
JUNAN COUNTY, China, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- American Lorain Corporation (NYSE MKT: ALN) ("American Lorain" or the "Company"), an international processed snack foods, convenience foods, and frozen foods company based in the Shandong Province, China, today announced that its Beijing subsidiary has received two honorary awards from Ministry of Science and Technology and Beijing Science and Technology Committee, respectively.