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Company plans to establish a $13 million manufacturing facility in Rogers, Minnesota, by the end of 2022.
UAW says the deal includes an $8,500 signing bonus and a 20% increase in wages over the lifetime of the six-year contract, with 10% this year.
Equipment manufacturers are faced with a painful choice this harvest season: Send parts to factories to build new tractors and combines to sell to farmers or redirect those parts into the field to repair broken equipment for existing customers?
Sheyenne Tooling and Manufacturing employs around 60 people in Cooperstown, N.D. With a population of around just 1,000, the business helps boost its local economy and offers much-needed jobs to Cooperstown residents.
H&S Manufacturing is a vibrant, agricultural related manufacturing company that sprang from an innovative potato and sugarbeet farm in northwest Minnesota.
Hormel Foods' $3 billion acquisition of the Planters peanuts, Cheez Balls and Corn Nuts brands means it can now dominate the snack table at any party with meat trays, Chi-Chi’s chips and salsas, Hormel Chili, and Hormel Pepperoni on pizza.

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CJ Foods USA, a subsidiary of South Korean food conglomerate CJ CheilJedang and affiliate to Marshall, Minn.-based Schwan's Company, announced on Monday a "state-of-the-art food production" facility in an industrial park in northwest Sioux Falls that will make "Asian-style meals, sides, snack and appetizers" sold and distributed by CJ Foods and Schwan's. Company officials promise 600 full-time jobs at the facility.
Bühler Industries' Farm King production at its Willmar plant is being moved to Morden, Canada. The Willmar plant will cease operations in early 2021.
He said a key sticking point is customers are currently being charged more for the equipment Titan sells, while workers are being paid less.

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