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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing and the implications they have for the future of the industry. This week:
The company is building a 1.7 million square foot factory that will employ more than 1,760 people who will mold, process and package LEGO products.
Supply chain issues with cotton, rayon, pulp and plastic are having a serious impact on tampons.
A possible safety hazard with Mustang Mach-E crossovers could cause vehicles to become immobile.
Three weeks after the crash, the Sacramento Fire Department was called to the yard after the car caught fire.
The company was based in Peoria, Illinois for more than 90 years before moving to Deerfield in 2017.
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Renewell Energy is a new startup that has created a mechatronic conversion system called Artemis Prime that takes idle gas wells and turns them into mechanical energy conversion systems.
It could help upgrade EV technology and become more reliable.
Important and necessary implications for markets like Amazon which must be pressured to apply directives for the safety of their customers.
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