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Today in Manufacturing is hosted by the editors from some of the most recognized websites in the manufacturing industry, including Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). Every week, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward.
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Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we talk about: Shuttered Remington Gun Plant ReopensGunmaker Remington filed for bankruptcy in July 2020 after 200 years in business. Roundhill Group bought a part of the business for $13 million, which included Remington’s factory in Ilion, New York. Roundhill recently called 230 workers back to the factory.Tesla Driver Arrested for Riding in BackseatA 25 year-old man was arrested after riding in the backseat of a Tesla traveling on a San Francisco Bay Area freeway. He said riding in the backseat isn’t dangerous and he will continue to do it.Tesla Sued Over Breach of ContractA Pennsylvania couple is taking Tesla's Solar Roof to court. The couple agreed to pay $46,000 for a solar roof, six months later, they received a notice saying the price jumped more than $30,000. 3-Wheeled Car Factory Coming to U.S.ElectraMeccanica made a tiny, single passenger, three-wheeled electric car called the SOLO. This week, the company chose Mesa, Arizona, as the location for its U.S. assembly and engineering plant.Crack Closes Interstate BridgeA crack was found in the Interstate 40 bridge that links Arkansas and Tennessee during a routine inspection. Inspectors found a “significant fracture” in one of two 900-foot horizontal steel beams that are crucial for the bridge’s integrity.In Case You Missed It:Spot Robot Dog Gets Fired from NYPDThe robot, which the police force dubbed “Digidog,” was going to be used to inspect dangerous areas and help keep officers safe, but public outcry forced the NYPD to cancel the $94,000 contract and returning the robot to Boston Dynamics.DARPA Selects Teams to Create Personalized Protective BiosystemsDARPA recently awarded contracts to FLIR Systems, Leidos, and Charles River Analytics to develop lightweight materials and adaptable, tissue-protective countermeasures to provide on-demand, broad spectrum, and rapid long-term protection. Implant Could End Jet Lag, Food PoisoningIn April 2020, DARPA introduced the ADvanced Acclimation and Protection Tool for Environmental Readiness program. ADAPTER aims to create new systems that give soldiers control over their bodies. Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast.
Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we talk about:How Tesla Helped Solve a Hate CrimeDushko Valchev was arrested last month and charged with setting fire to Martin Luther King Jr. Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Massachusetts. He was linked to four fires at the church after getting caught by Tesla's Sentry Mode when slashing tires in the area.3M Loses First of Many Earplug LawsuitsA jury awarded three veterans a total of $7.1 million in a case against 3M went to trial. They determined that 3M failed to warn users of product defects relating to its earplugs. Combat Arms earplugs are designed for soldiers, and 3M acquired the line from another manufacturer in 2007.Jet Suit Helps Marines Board ShipsLast week, Gravity Industries posted a video of a recent test with the Royal Marines, the U.K.'s commando force and the Royal Navy's amphibious troops. The footage is incredible.Multiple Dead After Overpass CollapseThe Mexico City elevated subway line collapsed last week, 25 people, including children, were killed. The line was plagued with problems and poorly designed from day one in 2012.Single Screw Causes $2.2M in DamageOn July 5, 2020, at about 2:50 in the morning, the 736-foot-long Atlantic Huron self-unloading bulk carrier struck a pier in the Soo Locks in Michigan. No one was injured, but the accident caused $2.2 million in damage. The accident was traced back to a single screw. In Case You Missed It:Wine that Went to Space Gets $1M Price TagA Pétrus 2000 was sent into space in November 2019 to explore the potential for extraterrestrial agriculture. It returned 14 months later subtly altered.SpaceX Launches, Lands Starship in 1st Successful FlightThe victories are never as popular as the failures. Since we've covered the four previous Starship test explosions, we should take a moment and applaud SpaceX for its first successful test.NASCAR unveils Next-Gen CarNASCAR's new race car is here with hope that it will revolutionize the stock car series.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review .
Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we talk about:Gas Shortages Could Be ComingAccording to a new report, the U.S. is facing a significant gas shortage. The problem isn't the supply, but rather the number of fuel truck drivers.Manager Charged with Stealing from Cable ManufacturerStephen Golas, the former operations manager of Pennsylvania cable manufacturer MegaPhase, has been accused of stealing $675,000.World's Largest Firefighting Plane May Be Sold for COVID-19 ResponseAfter investing tens of millions into upgrading the Global SuperTanker, the world’s largest firefighting plane, the revenue didn't produce enough profit for Alterna Capital Partners to continue funding the tanker.Late Taxes a Troubling Sign for AutomakerLordstown Motors, an Ohio-based electric truck startup, failed to pay $570,000 in real estate taxes due in early March. It's another troubling sign for a troubled company.Beavers Wipe Out Town’s InternetLast Saturday, residents of Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia woke up to find their internet, cable TV and cell service were all knocked out. The culprit? Beavers. In Case You Missed ItTaco Bell Wants to Give Old Sauce Packets New LifeTaco Bell hands out 8.2 billion sauce packets every year. The packets aren't recyclable, but the company recently announced a new partnership with TerraCycle in an attempt to recycle the flexible film packets. Elon Musk to Host SNL Elon Musk has a new job as host of “Saturday Night Live."Girl Scout Cookies Delivered by DronesA company is using drones to deliver Girl Scout cookies in Virginia.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review.
Editor's note: Download and listen to the audio version below and click here to subscribe to the podcast. Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we talk about:Busch is Hiring a Dog Beer TesterLast year, Busch released Busch Dog Brew, an alcohol-free bone broth that sold out within 24 hours. Now, the beverage company is looking to expand on the brand and needs the help of a dog for taste testing. The Anheuser-Busch company has created a new job position for a dog in product development.Arson Blamed for Portland Factory FireThe Portland Garment Factory has made a name for itself for sustainability and ethical labor. Owner and founder Britt Howard created zero waste design and fabrication services used by Adidas, Nike and Levi’s. This week, its facility was burned down and the plant was a total loss. Security footage shows an unidentified person set fire to a dumpster on the property and then walk away. Stolen Crypto Cards Lead to High-Speed Boat ChaseCustoms agents in Hong Kong recently busted a fishing boat that was part of a smuggling ring transporting 300 Nvidia CMP 30HX graphics cards. The authorities pursued the smugglers in a 2:00 am high speed boat chase. Harley Faces Steep Tariff HikeIn 2018, the European Union imposed new tariffs on U.S. motorcycles, but Harley was protected. Those protections have been revoked and will raise the tariff from 6% to 31%. Spanish Police Bust Gun 3D Printing WorkshopSpanish police uncovered the first workshop using a 3D printer to make illegal firearms in the country. One person was arrested in the Canary Islands after being linked to the workshop where the suspect allegedly made 3D-printed assault weapons.In Case You Missed It:Scrutiny of Tesla Crash Could Trigger RegulationThe fiery crash of a Tesla near Houston with no one behind the wheel is drawing scrutiny from two federal agencies that could bring new regulation of electronic systems that take on some driving tasks. Amazon’s Pay by PalmAmazon is offering pay-by-palm at Whole Foods grocery stores near its headquarters.Lab-Grown Embryos & Human-Monkey HybridsIn March, an Israeli team of researchers grew mouse embryos in artificial wombs that were essentially bottles. Legitimate test tube babies. Grew for 11 days, which was the longest a mammal embryo outside a womb. In April, a U.S. and Chinese team successfully grew embryos that included both human and monkey cells in plates to a stage where organs began to form.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use.
Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:Auto's Newest Hurdle: A Rubber ShortageGM, Ford and other major automakers worldwide are increasing shutdowns as the industry deals with a global shortage of semiconductors. Now, the auto industry is facing another critical shortage: rubber. Segway is Making a MotorcycleSegway, the mode of transportation that was only cool if you were on a field trip, never really took off as a scooter or bike alternative. However, Segway may not be culturally irrelevant yet as the company unveiled a hydrogen-powered motorcycle. Ever Given Impounded The Ever Given that blocked the Suez Canal last month has been impounded. Egyptian authorities won't allow the vessel to leave the country until its Japanese owner pays at least $900 million. Boeing Sues Subcontractor Over Air Force One WorkBoeing is suing GDC, an Air Force One subcontractor because the company allegedly ran into financial problems and missed deadlines.Electric Mustang Plagued by Battery Trouble Ford's first foray into long-range, fully electric vehicles is the Mustang Mach-E, an SUV based on its iconic sports car. It starts at more than $40,000, boasts a range of 300 miles per charge, but a software issue is keeping its 12-volt lead-acid battery from charging, essentially rendering the car useless.In Case You Missed It: Researchers Determine the Age People are Usually HappiestResearchers figured out the age people are usually the happiest, and the answer may surprise you.Hand Sanitizer Goes from Short Supply to Surplus Many hand sanitizer manufacturers suddenly have a surplus of product and are trying to figure out how to get rid of it.Tunnel Collapse Nearly Led to ExplosionA tunnel dug to steal gasoline from a Mexican government pipeline collapsed and likely triggered a chain of events that nearly blew up.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the Today in Manufacturing podcast.
Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we talk about: America is Running Out of Ketchup PacketsKetchup packet resources have been depleted as more people order takeout throughout the pandemic.  Prices are surging, and Kraft Heinz, the biggest name in the ketchup game with about 70% of the US retail market is struggling to keep up with demand.Tyson Ensnared in $244M 'Ghost Cattle' Scheme Last week, 49-year-old Cody Easterday pleaded guilty to a $244 million scam to defraud Tyson Foods and another unnamed company.He worked out a deal with the companies to purchase and feed more than 200,000 cattle. He was paid up front for the costs of buying and raising the cattle, but they didn't exist. Crew Evacuated as Cargo Ship at Risk of Sinking A Dutch cargo ship, the Eemslift Hendrika, was evacuated last week and was in danger of capsizing in heavy seas. Norwegian authorities evacuated the ship's 12 crew members by helicopter after they had jumped into the sea.They tried to stabilize the vessel so it wouldn't sink or crash into the shore, but it was getting pummeled by 50-foot high waves and strong winds. Factory Worker Arrested After Active Shooter PrankA 57-year-old female employee at the Navistar truck and van assembly factory in Springfield, Ohio texted her sister and said an active shooter was at the plant.The sister called 911, which led to a large police response. Police arrived at the plant within two minutes of the call and immediately began searching the facility for an active shooter before they found out that it was an April Fools joke. Genesis X the 'Hottest Concept Car in a Decade'Genesis is a division of Hyundai headquartered in Fountain Valley, California and they recently came out with what Jalopnik called “the hottest concept car in a decade.” The Genesis X EV is pretty, but we don’t really know that much about it.In Case You Missed It:Supersonic Jet to Carry 50 Passengers at 4x the Speed of Sound Aerion's AS3 supersonic jet will carry 50 passengers at four times the speed of sound. That will cut the 12-hour trip from Los Angeles to Tokyo down to three hours.  SpaceX Rocket Debris Lands at Farm A piece of burning rocket debris  crashed on a farm in eastern Washington state. A farmer found a pressure vessel that left a nearly 4-inch dent in the ground. GM to Build Electric Silverado, Hummer at Factory Zero General Motors announced that Chevrolet will introduce a Silverado electric pickup truck that will be built at the company’s Factory Zero assembly plant in Detroit and Hamtramck, Michigan. The GMC Hummer EV SUV will be built at the factory as well.  Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review.
Welcome to the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:Americans Still Won't Pay More for USA-Made GoodsIn 2017, a Reuters/Ipsos poll revealed that 70 percent of Americans believe it is “very important” or “somewhat important” to buy U.S. goods, but 37 percent said they wouldn’t pay more for those goods. The poll was recently re-issued and despite supply chain challenges and fears over many critical goods being sub-par or unavailable, the results are virtually unchanged.New Boston Dynamics Robot Moves 800 Cases Per HourBoston Dynamics has a new robot: Stretch. The new robot is designed to move boxes around warehouses and distribution centers. It can move up to 800 cases per hour, picking up boxes around 50 pounds. The timing couldn't be more perfect as demand in e-commerce continues to surge.Nearly a Week Later, Massive Ship Freed in Suez Canal On Monday, tugboats, helped by the tides, were able to free the massive Ever Given ship from the Suez Canal. It was stuck for the better part of a week and the traffic jam held up $9 billion a day in global trade and further strained supply chains. SpaceX Launches Test Rocket, Breaks Apart Before LandingAnother week, another SpaceX failure. This time, it was a failed landing that caused the futuristic, bullet-shaped Starship to break apart right before touchdown.GM’s $9,000 PickupMotor1 reports that Wuling, a joint venture between GM and China’s SAIC Motor, has unveiled its debut pickup. The Zhengtu will cost 58,800 Chinese Yuan — or just north of $9,000 American.In Case You Missed It: Volkswagen's Planned 'Name Change' an Apparent Hoax On March 29th, Volkswagen announced plans to change its brand name in the United States to “Voltswagen.” Pizza Hut Delivering AR Pac ManWith American’s hunger for both pizza delivery and 80’s nostalgia continuing to run strong, Pizza Hut is looking to gobble up the competition with what the company is calling their Newstalgia campaign.The 5 Most Dangerous States for DriversAccording to the National Safety Council, pandemic-related factors led Americans to driving 13 percent fewer miles in 2020. Still, the country experienced a 24 percent increase in the rate of road-related deaths – the largest year-over-year increase in 96 years.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use. Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at Jeff, Anna or David @ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.
The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:Worker Receives Final Paycheck in PenniesA Georgia man says his former employer owed him $915 in back pay after he left his job in November. After he left A OK Walker Autoworks, his final check never came and he had to bring it to the Georgia Department of Labor.  Well, he finally got paid, and he woke up to find 90,000 oil-covered pennies at the end of his driveway. China Fears Eavesdropping Teslas The Chinese government has concerns over Teslas and state security. According to Bloomberg, the vehicles have been banned from military bases. The Chinese military thinks Tesla’s cameras could transmit classified information, so owners are being asked to park off site or stop driving them altogether.Fire at Chip Plant Adds to ShortageLast week, an electrical fault at a Renesas chip plant in northern Japan caused a fire to pour smoke into a cleanroom. The company says it will take at least a month to resume production on its 300mm wafer line. Auto parts suppliers will begin to see chip shipments fall in about a month and automakers like Honda, Toyota and Nissan are “facing a difficult situation.” AeroMobil Tests Flying Car Prototype’s AirworthinessFlying car startup AeroMobil recently released footage from test flights of the company’s experimental prototype conducted late last year. The company is developing a vehicle that rides and flies with the comfort of a luxury automobile rather than the bare-bones experience of most single-engine aircraft.Massive Cargo Ship Blocking Suez Canal A container ship the size of a floating skyscraper has become wedged across the Suez Canal in Egypt and it's threatening to disrupt a global shipping system already strained by the coronavirus pandemic. It's an extraordinary event that hasn't happened in the canal's 150-year history. In Case You Missed ItStellantis Cost-Cutting Includes Toilets Production costs at Italian Stellantis factories are higher than any other manufacturing facility so the company is cutting cleaning services, reducing the temperature and limiting the number of toilets available to staff. Grape Nuts Returns to Stores After Months-Long ShortageThe Great Grape-Nuts Shortage of 2021 has come to an end. The brand will reimburse eligible fans who paid inflated prices for Grape-Nuts cereal, which reached up to $110 a box on the secondary market during the pandemic-related shortage.Russian National Pleads Guilty in Tesla Extortion A Russian man pleaded guilty to offering a Tesla employee $1 million to cripple the company’s electric battery plant in Nevada with ransomware and steal company secrets for extortion.
The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).  In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:Oregon Dam Could Fail in Large EarthquakeThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says that a large earthquake could cause the spillway gates of the Detroit Dam in Detroit, Oregon to buckle, causing “a potentially catastrophic flood.” To minimize the danger, engineers next month will begin reducing the maximum height of the lake by five feet.Real Water Linked to Liver Illness in KidsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned everyone not to drink, cook with, sell or serve Real Water, a Las Vegas-based bottled water brand. Real Water has been linked it to liver illness in five hospitalized children, specifically acute non-viral hepatitis which is caused by exposure to toxins, autoimmune disease or drinking too much alcohol.GM Pickups Now Less EfficientThe semiconductor shortage is forcing GM to move along production of some 2021 light-duty pickup models without standard fuel management modules. The chip is responsible for deactivating some cylinders in an engine, when possible, to improve fuel efficiency. GM says fuel economy will be reduced by one mile per gallon.Repeated Amputations at Fairbrook Foods Ice Cream Plant in New JerseyBack in 2018, a sanitation worker at a Fairbrook Foods facility in New Jersey lost a finger and fractured another when his hand got caught in the crimping bar of a jammed ice cream wrapping machine. It happened again in September 2020, when a maintenance mechanic lost two fingers to the same machine. For repeated lockout/tagout violations, OSHA has proposed $237,000 in penalties. NHTSA to Investigate Tesla-Semi CrashThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sent a special crash investigation team to Detroit to investigate a “violent crash” involving a Tesla that drove beneath a semitrailer. In Case You Missed ItMack Molding Facility Passes 1,000 Days without Lost-Time AccidentMack Molding passed 1,000 days without a lost-time accident. The plant's previous record was 981 days. To celebrate, plant leadership made Reubens on St. Patty's Day. Breakfast Cereal is Back in Style The pandemic appears to have boosted America’s appetite for familiar, shelf-stable foods and cereal is having a resurgence. But is this cereal growth sustainable post-pandemic? Homemade Narco Sub SeizedA homemade narco-submarine that can carry up to 2 metric tons (2.2 tons) of cargo was seized in Spain.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use.
Editor's note: Download and listen to the audio version below and click here to subscribe to the podcast.Welcome to the fifth episode of the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:- Engineers Pitch Solar-Powered Lunar Ark- The Top 10 Safety Citations in 2020- Engineer Steals 2,500 Pages of Classified Info- Scooter Megafactory Will Produce One Every Two Seconds- Multiple Cracks Found in Part of United Jet's EngineIn Case You Missed It:- AWD on a Per-Mile Basis? Meet VW's Project Trinity - Soft Contact Lenses Could Monitor Diseases- Homebound Children Drive Surge in Lego Sales Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use. Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at Jeff, Anna or David @ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.
Editor's note: Download and listen to the audio version below and click here to subscribe to the podcast.Welcome to the fifth episode of the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:Missile-Firing Missile Fights Incoming Air StrikesSandwich Manufacturer Burns Down in IowaSpaceX Starship Lands, Then ExplodesLockheed Martin Shuttering 90-Year-Old PlantOne of the Most Expensive Recalls in HistoryIn Case You Missed It:AI Technology Reanimates the DeadReese's Launches All Peanut Butter CupCalifornia City Bans New Gas StationsPlease make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use. Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at Jeff, Anna or David @ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.
Editor's note: Download and listen to the audio version below and click here to subscribe to the podcast.Welcome to the fourth episode of the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:Monkey Plays Video Games with Neuralink’s Brain InterfaceNew Warships Pull onto BeachesGunpowder Plant Owner Denied Early ReleaseDid a Single Tweet Cost Elon Musk $15B?Why a Plane's Engine Exploded over DenverIn Case You Missed It:USPS Selects Oshkosh Defense for Greener TrucksCase Against Milk Cooperatives Working Together Settles for $220MTech Firms Pin Major Hack on RussiaPlease make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use.Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at Jeff, Anna or David (at) ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.
Welcome to the third episode of the Today in Manufacturing Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net, Industrial Equipment News (IEN), Manufacturing Business Technology, Food Manufacturing, Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operations (IMPO), Design & Development Today and Industrial Distribution.In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:5. Why the Power Grid Failed in Texas and Beyond4. First Look at 'The New Air Force One: Flying Fortress'3. Volkswagen a 'Victim' in EV Battery Spat2. New Details Emerge on Jetpack Mystery Man1. Russia Makes Shotgun for HipstersIn Case You Missed It:- Cannabis Creating Jobs Faster than Any Other American Industry- Jaguar to go All-Electric by 2025- Affordable Robots Could be Used by PolicePlease make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review on Apple podcast or whatever platform you use.Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at Jeff, Anna or David (at) ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.
Today in Manufacturing is a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net, Industrial Equipment News (IEN), Manufacturing Business Technology, Food Manufacturing, Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operations (IMPO), Design & Development Today and Industrial Distribution.In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss:5. Electric Air Taxis to Zip People to Airports4. Fallout at Hyundai, Kia After Apple Car Talks Break Down3. Hackers Breach Treatment Plant, Try to Poison Water2. 28 Garment Workers Killed in Flooded Factory1. Aunt Jemima Rebranded as Pearl Milling CompanyIn Case You Missed It:- Subaru Blames Entire Recall on Single Factory Worker- New Mexican Electricity Law- Heineken to Cut 8,000 JobsTo email the podcast, please send questions to david (at) ien.com with the subject line "Email the Podcast." 
Today in Manufacturing is a new podcast brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net, Industrial Equipment News (IEN), Manufacturing Business Technology, Food Manufacturing, Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operations (IMPO), Design & Development Today and Industrial Distribution. In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in the manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week, we discuss: 5: Aerospace Plant Closing in Washington; 130 Jobs Lost4: System in Deadly Leak Was Recently Installed3: SpaceX's Starship Test Ends with Another Fiery Blast 2. MIT Backs Engineer Charged in China Crackdown1: Dodge Says Supercharged V8's Days Are NumberedHonorable mentions: - Jeff Bezos Stepping Down as Amazon CEO Later This Year- Harley Offers Equity to Factory WorkersTo email the podcast, please send questions to david@ien.com with the subject line "Email the Podcast."
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