Photo by Cole W. Eberle, the Columbus Telegram
From the Columbus Telegram:

Demand high for welders … supply lags
COLUMBUS - When Katana Summit received an influx of orders for its wind turbine towers this summer, the Columbus company set a goal of hiring up to 90 new workers.
The additional manpower needed to produce the 130 massive units by mid-2012 was expected to nearly double the plant’s work force during a record year for orders.
But, a sign in front of the East 29th Avenue plant tells a story that is all too familiar for area manufacturers.
Help is still wanted, especially when it comes to welding positions …

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Photo by Cole W. Eberle, the Columbus Telegram

From the Columbus Telegram:

Demand high for welders … supply lags

COLUMBUS - When Katana Summit received an influx of orders for its wind turbine towers this summer, the Columbus company set a goal of hiring up to 90 new workers.

The additional manpower needed to produce the 130 massive units by mid-2012 was expected to nearly double the plant’s work force during a record year for orders.

But, a sign in front of the East 29th Avenue plant tells a story that is all too familiar for area manufacturers.

Help is still wanted, especially when it comes to welding positions …

Continue reading

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