A labor slowdown in L.A. hurt Solidoodle’s shipping plans [Startup Roundup]

Plus: We helped get a local founder into a CNBC story.

Electric motors from inside Solidoodle devices. (Photo by Brady Dale)

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Who’s making moves?

Solidoodle wrote an extensive update about shipping for its Solidoodle Press. We wrote previously about why the Press represented a proverbial Level Up for the company, yet the post also illustrates how going international with your supply chain can yield logistics disruptions. In short: The company’s printers are being held up by contract negotiations led by the union representing workers at Los Angeles’s port.

Who’s getting buzz?

GoLocker got included in a CNBC story about why 2015 is a good year for a new business. GoLocker sets up lockers so that people can get packages delivered securely to a site near their home, which is useful for Brooklyn professionals who don’t have doormen and can’t receive packages at work. CNBC came to Technical.ly for leads on new small businesses and we had just interviewed the new logistics startup’s founder, Nigel Thomas, that day.
BioLite is at CES talking about its new lighting and power storage devices, according to EntrepreneurWe wrote about the many iterations of their stove for homes in the developing world.
Ecommerce site Mouth gets featured on TechCrunch’s Built in Brooklyn series.

Companies: Solidoodle / Mouth Foods / BioLite
Series: Brooklyn

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