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Innovations in Technology Drive Manufacturer Investments in 'Green' Equipment

With increasingly efficient technology and demand driving introductions, major manufacturers like STIHL, Kohler and CORE Outdoor Power have begun manufacturing innovative environmentally friendly or "green" outdoor power equipment. Some manufacturers are making gasoline engines more fuel-efficient and offering propane-fueled versions, while others are creating battery-powered outdoor power equipment with comparable performance to gasoline models.
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CNH Invests $13 Million in New Parts Facility; Expects to Add 100 New Area Jobs

CNH Parts & Service, the product support division of agricultural and construction equipment maker CNH Global N.V. (NYSE: CNH), today announced plans to invest more than $13 million to equip and lease a new facility at 210 South Enterprise Drive in Lebanon, Ind., in the Lebanon Business Park. Once fully operational and staffed, the new facility is expected to support 100 new area jobs.
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Shipping Out, Part 4: Mississippi River Transportation System Gets D-Minus Grade

Aging locks, inadequate lock size, increasing channel dredging needs, critical repair needs, chronic budget shortfalls and concerns in coordinating overseas shipments with restricted river availability are major worries on most of our nation's rivers. Built to last 50 years, many of the Upper Mississippi River locks are already more than 70 years old. As a result, the American Society of Civil Engineers has given a D-minus grade to the deteriorating physical condition of the Mississippi River navigable waterways.
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Shipping Out, Part 4: Mississippi River Transportation System Gets D-Minus Grade

Aging locks, inadequate lock size, increasing channel dredging needs, critical repair needs, chronic budget shortfalls and concerns in coordinating overseas shipments with restricted river availability are major worries on most of our nation's rivers. Built to last 50 years, many of the Upper Mississippi River locks are already more than 70 years old. As a result, the American Society of Civil Engineers has given a D-minus grade to the deteriorating physical condition of the Mississippi River navigable waterways.
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