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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:
Based in Willoughby, Ohio, Advanced RV isn't your typical small manufacturer.
Edwin Wang is a business owner with companies near the site of the Norfolk Southern train derailment. This week, he sued the railroad for $500 million because most of his companies have remained out of business.
A recent Reuters investigation reported that working conditions at SpaceX led to some dreadful situations.
SpaceX tested its monster rocket the Starship last weekend. It lost the booster and the spacecraft in a pair of explosions minutes into the test flight.
Tesla Loses Vital Supplier to GM - @48:32
According to Reuters, GM just bought Tooling & Equipment International (TEI), a lesser known company that was an important Tesla supplier.
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And they paid well above fair market value.
Serta Simmons Bedding last week held a grand opening event for its new state-of-the-art 500,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Janesville, Wisconsin.
Wildlife officials across the Great Lakes are looking for spies.
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