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  • Southern Distilling Co. in Statesville invests $30K for hand sanitizer production, doubles staff April 8, 2020
    Southern Distilling Co. is ramping up production of hand sanitizer as the novel coronavirus continues to spread. The Statesville distillery says it has orders for 200,000 quarts of hand sanitizer, and is selling it in bulk in 55-gallon drums or 5-gallon tubs as well for use in grocery stores or other retailers. “It doesn’t show […]
  • Portland company on quest to make millions of N95 masks April 7, 2020
    A Portland packaging design-and-manufacturing company believes it’s close to producing desperately needed masks that meet N95 standards, and at a volume that could rival the largest U.S. manufacturers. D6 Inc., which uses 3D printing technology at a large scale, is already making face shields. But as founder and CEO Ed Dominion put it, “the mask […]
  • Snap-on will resume operations at its Milwaukee facility Tuesday night April 7, 2020
    Snap-on Inc. will reopen its Milwaukee facility at 7939 N. Faulkner Road Tuesday night after a third COVID-19 case required the manufacturer to abruptly close its doors April 4. Kenosha-based Snap-on (NYSE: SNA) reported its first COVID-19 case at the Milwaukee facility on March 19. The Milwaukee manufacturing facility will reopen Tuesday night to fulfill […]
  • Training experts see demand for workers in essential manufacturing sector April 7, 2020
    Don’t tell Michael Kepner there’s an economic slowdown. The director of advanced manufacturing for Valencia College had 12 students graduate from a program on April 7, with jobs waiting for 11 of them. That's because manufacturing is a critical industry in Central Florida as it supplies high-wage jobs that often don’t require a four-year degree. […]