WAHPETON, N.D. – The head of a Wahpeton-based company that employs about 200 people said Tuesday the operation could lose as much as 60 percent of its workers if Congress doesn't reauthorize the Export-Import Bank.RELATED CONTENT
A second LM Wind Power plant in India is not expected to affect the company's other facilities, including one in Grand Forks.
CHICAGO, Ill. — American Crystal Sugar Co. is building a $40 million dome sugar warehouse in the Chicago area, to take advantage of transportation efficiencies.
WINDOM — With PM Beef in Windom (PM Windom) slated to shutter its doors three weeks from today, Windom Economic Development Authority Executive Director Aaron Backman has been fielding calls from prospects interested in potentially buying the cattle processing facility.RELATED CONTENT
One of Grand Forks' largest employers is looking to add another 100 workers in the coming months.RELATED CONTENT
PROSPER, N.D. -- Prompted by rapid growth over the last decade, Peterson Farms Seed has built a new, high-tech soybean processing plant at its headquarters in Prosper.RELATED CONTENT
Verso Corp. is considering the sale of some of its paper mills — including the one in West Duluth — or filing for bankruptcy, the company announced Monday.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD — Moorhead-based American Crystal Sugar Co. is teaming with United Sugars Corp., a sugar marketing company partly owned by American Crystal, in building a $40 million bulk sugar storage and transfer facility in Montgomery, Ill., about 45 miles west of Chicago.
CROOKSTON, Minn. -- North America's two largest bus manufacturers, both with production plants in the Red River Valley, are about to become hitched.
PINE RIVER, Minn. - Students from Pine River-Backus' junior and senior classes spent Tuesday, Oct. 20, touring some of the lakes area's largest employers.RELATED CONTENT
SPEARFISH, S.D. – Polaris Industries Inc. announced the company is expanding into Spearfish, S.D., and has purchased a 51,000-square-foot facility to paint its Indian and Victory motorcycles.
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MERRIFIELD, Minn. - Lt. Gov. Tina Smith visited Merrifield on Thursday to talk about an industrial sector that employs roughly 2,400 people in the Brainerd lakes area: manufacturing.RELATED CONTENT
MITCHELL, S.D. - Mitchell is facing a workforce shortage, but one of the city's manufacturing staples has avoided much of the blowback caused by the labor deficit.RELATED CONTENT
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. - The annual statewide Tour of Manufacturing running through October featured Alexandria Industries’ Not So Heavy Metal Tour on Saturday morning.RELATED CONTENT