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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
Is the material safe?
In October 2022, the MSC Rita containership was traveling southbound in the Atlantic when the Tremont, a fishing vessel slammed into it.
The Boeing jetliner behind the infamous inflight blowout over Oregon couldn't fly to Hawaii because, on three different flights, a warning light indicated a potential pressurization problem.
Hyperloop One Shuts Down - @41:46
Family and friends, I welcome you into this gathering which is made sacred with the spirit of love and friendship you bring to celebrate Hyperloop One.
Carrefour made the dramatic choice to stop selling PepsiCo products in France, Belgium, Spain and Italy over price increases for soda, Lay's potato chips, Quaker Oats and even Lipton tea.
In Case You Missed It
University of Glasgow engineers have designed, developed and fired Ouroborous-3, the first unsupported "autophage" rocket engine that eats parts of its own body for fuel.
The space agency had planned to send four astronauts around the moon late this year.
The tools, tactics, bad actors and regulations that will impact the year ahead.
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