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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
Deere Picks New U.S. Battery Hub - @1:38
On Monday, Deere & Company announced plans to build a new 115,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in North Carolina.
Illinois-based food manufacturer 5000 Years Foods is relocating a kimchi factory to Des Plaines despite community efforts to keep it out of town.
The United States Steel Corp. has been a symbol of American industrialization for more than a century.
OSHA has released its findings from a federal workplace safety investigation into an explosion at the I. Schumann & Co. foundry in Bedford, Ohio, that an agency official called "entirely preventable."
Classic Recreations shared a first look at number 1 of 10 licensed Carbon Fiber Shelby Cobra Race Cars.
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GE Appliances, a Haier company, this week announced a $34 million investment to expand refrigeration manufacturing and create 150 new jobs at its wholly-owned subsidiary, Monogram Refrigeration, in Selmer, Tennessee.
Largest Ever Investment in Carbon Removal - @1:08:03
Officials are calling it the largest investment in "engineered carbon removal" in history.
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