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17919
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North Carolina showed a net gain of 235 medium-sized manufacturing establishments ranging from textile mills to tobacco manufacturers.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 23 Issue 8, May 1957, p4-6, 11
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17915
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Mace discusses on a county by county basis the gains and losses in North Carolina of new manufacturing establishments.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 23 Issue 6, Mar 1957, p11-13, 16-17, map
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17921
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North Carolina showed a net increase of 983 small manufacturing establishments across the state. The highest gain in small manufacturing was seen in Randolph County.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 23 Issue 9, June 1957, p7-9, 18
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17935
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This article summarizes and analyzes the distribution of new industries throughout North Carolina.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 24 Issue 2, Oct 1957, p3-12, 17
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24321
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The number of high-tech manufacturers in North Carolina has steadily risen since 1977. Over this time, manufacturing has become the backbone for the state's economy.
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24411
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The face of manufacture in Winston-Salem is changing, especially since most of the business in the city is based on the tobacco industry. This article discusses how businessmen helped the city’s growth potential by making improvements to the Super Block.
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28469
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Aided by Facebook and a Taiwanese textile company, jobs and manufacturing are returning to Forest City, NC. The Rutherford County city is experiencing a growth in jobs as several major corporations are opening factories and Facebook has built a data center around Forest City. Previously known as a mill town, the companies were lured by the city’s desire to bring them there. The details of the new jobs and economic impact of them are detailed.
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28607
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Charlotte’s General Steel Drum has secured a profitable share of the U.S. container market. The company boasts a state-of-the art manufacturing process and is a small family company. The history of the company and how it competes against larger companies owned by conglomerates is described.
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28747
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Cooperation among Piedmont Triad officials and economic developers is making the region's economy stronger and quality of life better. This spirit among the 12 counties of the area is making it eaiser for businesses to work within the area rather than between many separate municipalities. The area is specifically focused on the aviation industry and has a strong manufacutring sector.
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29766
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Spirit AeroSystems has opened a manufacturing plant at the Global TransPark, and the world's largest independent supplier of commercial airplane assemblies and components is being seen as a transformational entity for the eastern region of North Carolina.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 66 Issue 9, Sept 2008, p18-19, por, map
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29763
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Manufacturing in North Carolina is growing and creating new profits. Although there may be fewer jobs in manufacturing, the jobs that exist are high-tech, higher paying, and more interesting. Certain industries such as textiles have been hit hard in the state, North Carolina continues to fill the void with other manufacturing opportunities.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 66 Issue 9, Sept 2008, p6, 8
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29810
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Even during fluctuating circumstances, manufacturing remains a bedrock of North Carolina's economy. And manufacturing in the state has been diversifying, with new industries such as medical and defense manufacturing taking up the slack when textiles and wood products phased out.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 67 Issue 4, May/Jun 2009, p60-61, 63, por
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30258
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Many circumstances and conditions have enabled North Carolina's long history to contribute to its current status as the leading industrial state in the southeast. With a plethora and variety of raw materials and a strong European heritage in manufacturing and production, North Carolina is leading the region in textiles, lumber, furniture, and tobacco.
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36281
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An industry was given an opportunity to recoup a job loss of 90,000 in the redevelopment of North Carolina’s railroad system. Created in 1849 and spanning 317 miles, the development promises to spur growth for two major industries, railroads and manufacturing.
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38248
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Training and maintaining a quality workforce for North Carolina involved preparing individuals throughout their lives. Examples of programs preparing North Carolinians for the workforce before high school graduation included a partnership between Randolph County schools and local factories, which entailed middle school students receiving on-site tours and engaging in hands-on activities. As for enhancing the preparation of adult students, programs included a partnership between Pitt Community College and Vidant Medical Center, which involved a grant providing nursing program students equipment for a simulation hospital.