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July 12, 2013

TASUS is pleased to announce that the Alabama facility previously expected to open in October is now projected to start operation a month earlier in September. The 104,000-square-foot permanent structure will be completed only 11months after initial building plans were set in place. Along with the new facility will come 135 new jobs for the area; 65 percent of which will be entry-level positions all including a benefits package. CEO Melanie Hart gave her input in a article saying “We’re really happy with where it went and really pleased with the employees we’ve been able to hire locally,” she said. “We’ve got a good management team in place and good production team in place. This is a beautiful facility, and we’re excited about moving into it.”

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June 27, 2013

Bloomington, IN— It was recently announced that TASUS President Melanie Hart, has been selected to be honored at the Women Excel Bloomington (WEB) Awards Lunch hosted by The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce. Here, a total of seven women will be recognized for their work within the community. Kelley Brown, the director of marketing and public relations for The Chamber said “This group of women exemplify the very definition of leadership and have made lasting contributions to their organizations and the community. Their stories inspire and serve as wonderful examples for others – which is why they were selected to be honored this year”. See below for a link to the article, including further details of the event.

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June 24, 2013

Estimating a need for more than 400 injection molding workers in northwest Alabama over the next two years, Northwest-Shoals Community College is fast-tracking an injection molding technology program that will start this fall.

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