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EASA 2020 Canceled

Nashville plans nixed; full refunds in 30-45 days after first EASA cancellation since World War II It was a long wait and dire effort, but the electromechanical service and repair industry’s most prominent convention has officially been canceled. However, the 2020 EASA Convention & Solutions Expo was an admirable holdout, with a questionable status up […]

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So Long, Indy

Diamond Chain Co. plant to end 102-year run Timken will shut down its Indianapolis plant, which employs 240 workers, within the next two to three years, the company told its employees Tuesday. The recognizable building is the Diamond Chain Company’s original facility, which opened in 1918 in downtown Indianapolis. Timken purchased the company in April […]

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Rexnord Says Adios

Company moving Indy jobs to Mexico Rexnord, the multi-platform industrial company with headquarters in Milwaukee, has made it official: the company will move the 350 production jobs from its Indianapolis bearings division to Monterrey, Mexico, and some to Texas. The decision puts the cap on a month of grave concern from employees and residents alike—and denies the […]

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