A.O. Smith working around the clock to re-open
A.O. Smith, Cheatham County's largest employer, sustained substantial flood damage, and the company is working around the clock to re-open its Ashland City facility.
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#1 May 16, 2010
The Johnson City plant has increased production and has gone from normal hours to a 53 hour work week to help absorb the impact of the flood on inventory and supply. The workforce is being increased, both by temp employees being made permanent and more temps being added. Donations are being made here by the JC employees to help the Ashland workers. Hope you guys get up and running soon! Hang in there.
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