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  • GM Promotes New VP of Global Manufacturing

    General Motors named Alicia Boler-Davis as executive vice president of global manufacturing, the Detriot-based auto maker announced Thursday. Boler-Davis will replace Jim DeLuca, who is set to retire after a 37-year career in manufacturing, labor relations and quality. The transition of the roles...

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  • Windsor Wire Acquires Cage Manufacturing Operation

    Windsor Wire LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sly Inc., a 142-year-old manufacturer of dust collectors and other air pollution equipment, has acquired the cage manufacturing operation for industrial environmental equipment formerly owned by Babcock & Wilcox. Effective March 15, the...

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  • Conveyor Equipment Orders Down, Shipments Up

    The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) reported that its April 2016 booked orders decreased 10.5% when compared to April 2015 orders. When compared to March 2016, April 2016 booked orders were down 19.3%. April booked orders were down 6.6% for Bulk Handling Equipment and down...

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  • Hazmat Packaging Veteran Barger Joins Labelmaster

    Bill Barger, an expert in hazmat/dangerous goods (DG) packaging with 30 years of industry experience, has joined Labelmaster as senior product manager to lead the company’s packaging product line.     In his new position, Barger will be responsible for expanding and...

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  • Five Injured in Wisconsin Factory Chemical Spill

    Five employees of the Gehl Foods factory were injured after a chemical spill Tuesday at the Germantown, WI facility, according a release from the Germantown [WI] Fire Department. The Germantown Fire Department responded to a report of a chemical explosion and spill at the Gehl plant at 10:36 am,...

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  • New Federal $4.3 Million Grant for West Virginia Miners

    Participants in a project that assists unemployed coal miners in West Virginia will receive $4.3 million in incremental funding in the form of grants from the United States Department of Labor, the federal agency announced Tuesday. Workforce West Virginia, a state-run program, was awarded with $4,...

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  • Senate Passes Chemical Safety Reform Legislation

    The United States Senate passed legislation to reform a 40-year-old chemical safety on Tuesday, drawing praise from a number of industry organizations before the measure goes before President Barack Obama to be signed into law. The legislation, titled the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for...

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  • Monsanto Named One of 2016’s Greenest Companies

    Monsanto placed twelfth among 500 American publically traded companies in Newsweek’s 2016 Green Rankings, the St. Louis-based agricultural giant announced June 3. This year’s ranking is a significant improvement from the company’s ranking in 2015, when it placed fifty second....

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  • Intelligrated Promotes New Sales Engineer for Central Region

    Intelligrated, a material handling solutions provider, promoted Chris Hillman to sales engineer for its central regional operations, the Cincinnati-based company announced Tuesday. Hillman’s role will be building long-term relationships with clients and helping to provide cost-effective...

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  • New Report Shows Chemicals Industry Workforce in Decline

    Chemical companies in the US may face future disruptions, safety concerns and higher costs in operations because of a workforce shortage as Baby Boomers retire and job turnover by millennials, a new survey from the American Chemistry Council (ACC) and Accenture shows. The survey, conducted among...

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