Beaumont Machine; Bridge Collapse; New Flying Car | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 92

Also on the podcast, OSHA's steep penalties for NOX US, new DeLorean picks Detroit, the hunt for deep sea minerals, salary transparency laws and Stellantis offers buyouts for older workers.

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The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is brought to you by the editors from and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:

DeLorean's Daughter to Build New Model in Detroit

This week, DeLorean Next Generation, which is not the Delorean Motor Company, announced plans to build its Model-JZD, which stands for John Zachary DeLorean, in Detroit.

OSHA Proposes Steep Penalties After 7th Worker Severely Injured

Based in Ohio, NOX US makes luxury vinyl flooring, but the company has a history of inaction when it comes to workplace injuries.

Flying Car Can Drive on Streets, Take Off and Land Vertically

Alef Aeronautics recently introduced the Alef "Model A", a flying car with street driving and vertical take-off.

Suspension Bridge Collapse Kills at Least 133 in India

On Monday, military teams were searching for missing people after a 143-year-old suspension bridge collapsed into a river in the western India.

Owners Reacquire EDM Company Nearly 10 Years After Selling

Ed and Tanya Beaumont started Beaumont Machine 30 years ago in Cincinnati.

In Case You Missed It

Hunt for Deep Sea Minerals Draws Scrutiny

Surging demand for precious metals is pushing the mining industry to explore the world's deepest oceans, which is troubling for scientists who say extracting minerals from critical ecosystems could cause irreparable damage.

Salary Transparency Laws Aim to Combat Pay Disparities

Starting this week, job-seekers in New York City will have access to a key piece of information: how much money they can expect to earn for an advertised opening.

Stellantis Offers Buyouts to U.S. Workers Aged 55+

The automaker is getting leaner and plans to offer voluntary buyouts to 13,000 U.S.-based workers.

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