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Scottsdale manufacturer slows global production, resets financial guidance over COVID-19 Scottsdale-based TPI Composites, Inc., a global manufacturer of composite wind blades used in wind power generating facilities, said it is slowing production in manufacturing facilities in Mexico, India, and Turkey as a result of the impact of the coronav
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COVID-19 has made baking more popular than ever. This local manufacturer is rising to the occasion The need to knead is prompting one St. Louis company to boost its capacity to 110%.
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Greensboro company will make 60K gowns to aid fight against coronavirus Greensboro-based Kontoor Brands (NYSE: KTB) today announced that it has begun producing approximately 50,000 Level 1 patient gowns and 10,000 disposable isolation gowns for clinicians to assist hospitals that are dealing with the influx of patients as a r
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Airbus suspends production in Alabama As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbus announced on Monday that it will suspend production work at its factory in Mobile, Ala. The European manufacturer says in a press release that the production pause will being this week and i
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Fort Mill-based Domtar temporarily shuttering two mills, laying off hundreds in response to COVID-19 outbreak A Fort Mill-based paper manufacturer is feeling the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. Domtar Corp. (NYSE: UFS) said Monday it will suspend operations at two mills in the South for three months, resulting in hundreds of layoffs. The company is suspending o
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Q&A: New CEO takes over at one of St. Louis' largest private companies The role marks a return to Novus International for the new CEO, who was previously held an executive role at the company before joining an agtech startup in 2013.
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Phoenix firms use 3D printing to churn out supplies for health care workers 3D printing is helping Valley health care workers with a shortage of masks and swabs by creating low-cost alternatives. Phoenix Analysis and Design Technologies Inc., a Phoenix-based company that provides numerical simulation, product development and 3D p
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Boeing reverses course, extends shutdown at its factories 'until further notice' The number of COVID-19 cases inside Boeing jumped quickly from one worker on March 9 to more than 100 last week, though it's not clear whether workers were infected at work or through transmission in the larger community.
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Welbilt, one of Tampa Bay's largest public companies, to reduce workforce by 200 in response to COVID-19 Welbilt Inc. announced Monday that it was taking several measures to reduce costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including a reduction in its workforce. The New Port Richey-based manufacturer of kitchen appliances said that it had reduced its workforce by
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Austin 2040: As pandemic grips globe, a look at how we'll be working two decades from now Our yearlong look at our city in 20 years continues, this time with a look at how robots and automation will become even more prevalent in the workplace. Many routine tasks will be automated, which could lead to some job cuts, but human innovation will be
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