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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
A 47-year-old man was sentenced to three years in prison for spying for Russia.
Tesla recently opened a store and repair shop in Nambé Pueblo, New Mexico. The electric car company took a defunct casino and turned it into a sales, service and delivery center near Santa Fe.
GM is helping LG “clean up the manufacturing process” at its battery plants.
The helmet needs a precise fit to work, which means that pilots can't put on too much weight or change their haircut.
On September 12, two maintenance workers were found dead at a Valley Proteins meat processing plant in North Carolina. On September 10th, a 57-year-old maintenance worker died at a Prestage Foods pork processing plant in Iowa.
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Research teams in New Zealand and Germany are taking an unorthodox approach to limiting pollutants like methane and nitrates from cattle. They’re trying to “potty train” young calves with a "MooLoo."
The metal foil balloon caused a short-circuit at an electricity substation.
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