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Ohio Company to Build Automated Indoor Farm

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An Ohio-based company has announced it plans to build a fully-automated indoor farm, the first of its kind in the United States. 80 Acres Farms of Cincinnati broke ground on the facility Monday, which will clock in at 150 thousand square feet upon completion.  According to reports, all aspects of the growing process will be […]

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OSHA Proposes Fining Companies for Role in Bridge Collapse

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) proposed fining five contractors more than $86 thousand for their involvement in the March 15 Florida International University (FIU) bridge collapse that killed six. According to reports, OSHA has cited five companies who were involved in the construction of the bridge that killed five motorists and a worker, […]

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Report Predicts Most Commercial Vehicles Will Still Run on Diesel in 2040

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A new report by information services firm IHS Markit predicts the majority of commercial fleet vehicles will still be using diesel in 2040. According to the company’s “Reinventing the Truck” report, an estimated 66 percent of new medium and heavy commercial vehicles will still be diesel powered.  While that is significantly less than the current […]

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Columbia Gas to donate $10 Million to Disaster Relief Fund After Tragedy

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Columbia Gas of Massachusetts has announced it would make a $10 million donation to the Greater Lawrence Disaster Relief Fund days after issues with the company’s pipelines led to a series of fires and explosions that killed one and caused thousands to evacuate their homes. The creation of the relief fund was announced on Monday, […]

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Deadly Landslide Sparks Call to end Small-Scale Mining in The Phillipines

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After the impact of Typhoon Mangkhut Saturday led to widespread landslides in the Phillipnes, President Rodrigo Duterte called for an end to all mining operations in the island nation. According to reports, the president and several other government officials in the Philippines have called for an end to mining before, particularly illegal, small-scale mining they […]

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GM Issues Recall on 2015 Trucks, SUVs

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An issue with electric power systems is leading General Motors to recall almost 1.2 million 2015 model-year trucks and SUVs, according to reports. Vehicles impacted by the issue can have their power steering systems fail.  The system will then return suddenly, which has led to several accidents.  GM is currently aware of as many as […]

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Getting your Name Out There: Establishing an Online Presence for your Shop

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In today’s increasingly digital world, it is more important than ever to have an easy to find online presence.  Customers are turning to the web to find the services they need quickly and easily and if they can’t find your shop online, it could be costing you money. As the largest lubricant distributor in the […]

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Service Restored to Subway Station Destroyed in 9/11 Attacks

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The MTA New York City Transit has restored service to the World Trade Center Cortlandt Station, which will resume operations for the first time after it was Destroyed in the September 11 terrorist attacks. The original station’s tracks and tunnels were destroyed when the World Trade Center Towers collapsed.  The MTA began rebuilding the station […]

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Hurricane Causes Automakers to Temporarily Suspend Facility Operations

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Several automakers have announced they plan to temporarily cease production at their South Carolina facilities in anticipation of Hurricane Florence’s impact. Both Daimler AG and Volvo, based in Charleston, have decided to suspend operations, while BMW, based further inland in Spartanburg, has decided to continue operations according to reports. If Florence continues on its predicted […]

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Chamber of Commerce Construction Report Shows Confidence, Concern

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The latest U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index (CCI) report shows contractors are still confident that they will find new business opportunities over the next 12 months, despite increasing concern over a lack of skilled workers. According to the quarterly report, which is released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with USG, […]

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