CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch says 13 companies have been awarded a total of $327,000 in Job Training Fund grants.
The grants will provide service to nearly 1,000 workers.
The state has issued more than $4.6 million in grants to help train over 13,000 New Hampshire workers since 2007.
The 13 companies are Scheuniger Inc. of Manchester; Nanocomp Technologies of Concord; IBM of Bedford; Pelham Plastics in Pelham; Pilgrim Foods of Greenville; UltraSource of Hollis; Teledyne Printed Circuit Technology in Hudson.
Also, S&H Land Services of Manchester; Methuen Construction Company in Salem; Harvey Construction Corp. in Bedford; The Keeney Manufacturing Company of Winchester; SAFRAN of Rochester; and Claremont Savings Bank of Claremont.