Manufacturing remains king in northwe...

Manufacturing remains king in northwest Ohio

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Is manufacturing still king in northwest Ohio? As the economy improves, many changes are being made.

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Ss IndianLake

Marysville, OH

#1 Jan 31, 2011
Yes , in 1983 there was 300 autos named accord built per day - Today 3000 per day @ three auto lines producing 4~5 different models in Union and Logan county's and a Engine plant in Anna Ohio, Transmission plant in Russells Point, Seat Factory in St. Marys , and many others Up north west US 33 hwy . They all have one thing in commom 30,000 non-union workers

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