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MPCA Wants Northern Metals To Cease Shredding Immediately

The agency says the company is putting significant levels of heavy metals in the air.

May 19, 2016

Without much snow this winter, Arctic Cat lost more money

When your company is named after the Arctic, a mild winter without much snow can’t be good for business. That’s the case for Twin Cities-based Arctic Cat, which reported Thursday that...

May 13, 2016


Stratasys Undersea: 3D Printed Submarine To Compete In European Race

The vessel’s designers were able to cut costs and shorten the build time using 3D-printed parts.

May 12, 2016


Minnesota Launches Med-Tech Partnership To Attract New Business

Companies looking to expand into and throughout Minnesota will have access to more than $1 billion of federal economic development assistance.

May 11, 2016

Alexandria Manufacturer Puts Employee Health Care In Its Own Hands

The goals of opening a company clinic: Lowering healthcare costs, attracting new employees.

May 04, 2016

Survey: Manufacturing Conditions Decline In April

Minnesota was the only state that increased its number of manufacturing jobs.

May 03, 2016

The Iron Range's biggest mine owner reports a profit; says MN plants will reopen

There’s fresh evidence that the slumping U.S. steel industry is on the rebound – which is good news for Minnesota’s Iron Range. On Thursday Cliffs Natural Resources surprised Wall...

April 28, 2016


3M Outperforms Wall Street Expectations In Q1

Foreign currency translations continued to negatively affect the multinational manufacturing company.

April 26, 2016


Q&A: How Mayo Is Integrating 3D Printing Into The Operating Room

Dr. Jonathan Morris, co-director of Mayo’s 3D printing lab, discusses how additive manufacturing is changing the way the health system approaches complex surgical procedures.

April 20, 2016

160 reports of fires, including 1 death, lead to recall of Polaris off-roaders

Polaris is recalling 133,000 off-road vehicles because they would catch on fire while being driven, leading to more than a dozen reports of burns and one death. The Medina-based company said...

April 19, 2016

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