In case you missed them, these are some of the most popular and newsworthy Tweets from the past week in the rubber manufacturing industry, compiled by Rubber & Plastics News.
Tweets you may have missed
Where Are The Millennials? Why #Manufacturing Leaders Must Close The Generation Gap - #mlcouncil @ThomasNet - http://t.co/souHv8tN50— MfgExecutive (@MfgExecutive) May 21, 2015
120 teachers in Angola completed a training program to advance math, language and literacy http://t.co/Tk45Dhm9zo pic.twitter.com/JJzsnTtZsU— ExxonMobil (@exxonmobil) May 18, 2015
3 of our U.S. plants earned @AmChemistry's “Certificate of Excellence” after completing 2014 w/out any #OSHA injuries http://t.co/uDD1ShQsyg— Cabot Corporation (@CabotCorp) May 18, 2015
Fascinating first day at #Traction15. I will be rethinking my tire purchases going forward, to say the least.— Patrick Britton (@pmbritton) May 20, 2015
Weak euro boosts Arburg sales in China http://t.co/EZ8FRR3cIK pic.twitter.com/x5eztlg33n— Nina Ying Sun (@NinaYingSun) May 19, 2015
Takata's historic recall of 34 million cars & trucks for faulty airbags affects almost 1 in 7 vehicles on the road: http://t.co/uXS4s9zGUt— Forbes (@Forbes) May 20, 2015
World demand for security equipment will increase 6.8 percent annually to $126 billion in 2018 http://t.co/9KITYuV2Aj— Freedonia Group (@FreedoniaGroup) May 18, 2015
Tony Talbert, @continentaltire tuning key account manager, kicks off the new product presentation. #tires pic.twitter.com/ia6guijFgG— Jennifer Karpus (@jenniferkarpus) May 18, 2015
Around the United States, many lands lie abandoned and wasted because of potentially hazardous contaminants. http://t.co/qBChqdpdT1— Vulcan Systems (@vulcansystems) May 21, 2015
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