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Brad Pitt's Nightmare; SpaceX's Crash; Food Line's Bathroom Problem | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 53



The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN).

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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:

– Airbus to Create New Airline for ‘Whale’ Planes: https://www.ien.com/video/video/22018528/airbus-to-create-new-airline-for-whale-planes
– SpaceX Rocket Part on Crash Course with the Moon: https://www.ien.com/video/video/22030890/spacex-rocket-part-on-course-to-collide-with-the-moon
– Worker Claims Amy’s Kitchen Line Speed Too Fast for Bathroom Breaks: https://www.ien.com/video/video/22030939/worker-claims-amys-kitchen-line-speed-too-fast-for-bathroom-breaks
– Illegal Coal Mine Collapse in Eastern India Kills at Least 5: https://www.ien.com/safety/news/22031041/illegal-coal-mine-collapse-in-eastern-india-kills-at-least-5
– How Brad Pitt’s Green Housing Dream for Hurricane Katrina Survivors Turned Into a Nightmare: https://www.ien.com/safety/news/22030678/how-brad-pitts-green-housing-dream-for-hurricane-katrina-survivors-turned-into-a-nightmare

In Case You Missed It
– Michigan Plans 1st U.S. Electric Vehicle Charging Road by 2023: https://www.ien.com/product-development/news/22030962/michigan-plans-1st-us-electric-vehicle-charging-road-by-2023
– Mars Wrigley to Close Storied Chicago Plant: https://www.ien.com/video/video/22018443/mars-wrigley-to-close-storied-chicago-plant
– Massachusetts Cannabis Tax Collections Eclipse Alcohol: https://www.cannabisequipmentnews.com/video/video/22018263/massachusetts-cannabis-tax-collections-eclipse-alcohol

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