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Liebherr Showcases Part Recognition Technology

Liebherr is showing off a vision system for its automation platform that provides accurate part recognition at 0.5-millimeter accuracy. 

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Liebherr, the manufacturer of gear and automation technology, is showing off a vision system that provides accurate part recognition at 0.5-millimeter accuracy. The vision system is designed to be used with an eight-axis robot arm to enable picking components from transport bins up to a meter deep. It uses a combination of blue laser and camera imaging to achieve this level of accuracy. The accurate vision system can enable robots to identify parts quickly while reducing the risk of collision, enabling the manufacturer to adapt the automation system to a variety of different jobs.

According to the company, more and more small manufacturers are investing in flexible automation systems that enable them to dedicate the talents of their workers towards more complicated tasks. This enables shop owners to benefit from their employees’ skills, while the workers can further develop their abilities. 

Attendees can see the Liebherr vision system on display at the company’s booth.

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Q&A: More Americans Share How Infrastructure Investment Will Help Their Communities

In a special series, we are asking Americans who work in manufacturing and other industries about how an infrastructure investment package could benefit their workplaces and communities.

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In a special series, we are asking Americans who work in manufacturing and other industries about how an infrastructure investment package could benefit their workplaces and communities.

The Biden administration is hard at work promoting the American Jobs Plan, the president’s proposal for rebuilding American infrastructure, shifting to a clean energy economy, and strengthening critical manufacturing and supply chains.

While most of the chatter around the plan has centered on what’s happening on Capitol Hill, we wanted to find out what factory workers think about a potential infrastructure investment package. In an occasional Q&A series, we’re asking people working in manufacturing facilities for their thoughts on infrastructure, including how investment may effect their job and what kinds of improvements are needed where they live.

Read the first entry in the series here, and the second here. If you are a factory worker who would like to take part, please email us at info@aamfg.org.


NAME: Vonda McDaniel
HOMETOWN: Nashville, Tenn.
EMPLOYER: Bridgestone American Tire Operation, Inc
UNION MEMBERSHIP: United Steelworkers (USW) Local 1055L

Tell us a little bit about your job. What sort of products do you help make, and what is your role in making them?

Vonda McDaniel

I’ve been a production operator for 29 years. Worked in Final and Stock Prep. We make TBR passenger tires.

Manufacturing industries have had a number of ups and downs over the past several years, including layoffs and plant closures, both temporary and permanent. Has this impacted you at all?

In 2009, the LaVergne Plant discontinued passenger tire production after a plant in Monterrey, Mexico went online. Resulted in layoff of 1,200. The plant now operates with about 800 people, about half the workforce during peak years.

President Biden is proposing a major investment in U.S. infrastructure, including everything from fixing roads and bridges to building electric vehicle charging stations. Would an investment like this mean more business for your plant?

Hopefully. Logically, the increased production of electric vehicles would mean increased demand for tires.

What sorts of infrastructure improvements are needed in your community?

In Nashville, rapid growth has created enormous pressure on infrastructure. We need investment in improved transit, school improvements, water and sewage infrastructure, affordable housing.

Do you think infrastructure investment will help manufacturing workers overall? If not, what would you rather see the government doing for workers instead?

Pass the PRO Act to make it easier for workers to join a union. Help to increase pay for care workers (childcare and eldercare) so that women can return to the workforce with confidence.

Debra Ackerman


NAME: Linda Deane
HOMETOWN: Livermore, Maine
EMPLOYER: Recently retired from ND Paper in Rumford, Maine
UNION MEMBERSHIP: USW Local 900

Tell us a little bit about your job. What sort of products do you help make, and what is your role in making them? 

Linda Deane

We made white and brown paper that was used for packaging and printing.

Manufacturing industries have had a number of ups and downs over the past several years, including layoffs and plant closures, both temporary and permanent. Has this impacted you at all? 

Yes.  ND Paper Rumford recently reconfigured the factory from mostly bleached white paper to packaging grades which resulted in shutting down parts of the mill and the loss of 130+ employees.  (I do not think final count is in.)  They did this to make the company more “viable”. They did make a feeble attempt at an early retirement package, but unless you were planning on retiring soon anyway, it was not much of an incentive.

President Biden is proposing a major investment in U.S. infrastructure, including everything from fixing roads and bridges to building electric vehicle charging stations. Would an investment like this mean more business for your plant?  

I’m sure it will help my plant with getting raw materials and goods to and from the plant. The roads, bridges, and rail are all very bad in Maine and we received a C- from the American Society of Civil Engineers on our infrastructure. However, I’m not sure how much it will do to convince ND paper to expand. 

I do feel it will help to bring new manufacturing opportunities to our state.

What sorts of infrastructure improvements are needed in your community? 

We have had several sink holes appear on our streets in the last year, which was unheard of before.  These have been associated with leaks in the water and sewer systems.  The town desperately needs to update these systems.

Do you think infrastructure investment will help manufacturing workers overall? If not, what would you rather see the government doing for workers instead? 

I definitely think this will help manufacturing workers—companies need safe reliable ways to get their products to and from business.  It will also create good paying I hope union jobs.

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NAME: Nick Reed
HOMETOWN: Grand Island, N.Y.
MPLOYER: Civil Service Employees Association, AFSCME Local 1000
UNION: CSEA, AFSCME Local 1000

Tell us a little bit about your job.  What sort of products do you help make, and what is your role in making them?

My occupation is in the Safety and Health of Unionized workers across New York State who are a part of local municipalities, New York counties, New York State and private entities. The work straddles all aspects of public work, from Department of Public Works to road and bridge repair to office administration to water/wastewater treatment to schools and universities to nursing and healthcare to private industries. The only work our members do not do is manufacturing.

Manufacturing industries have had a number of ups and downs over the past several years, including layoffs and plant closures, both temporary and permanent.  Has this impacted you at all?

In a secondary way. Our workforce is dependent on the goods and services provided by those workers. When closures happen and raw material pricing increases, localities and state workforce are culled through attrition. This leaves less workers to do the same amount of work. While this is not a direct result, the ripples of these closures leaves towns and cities with a smaller tax base and less resources to provide town and city workers. Personally, this issue has not affected my employment yet.

President Biden is proposing a major investment in U.S. infrastructure, including everything from fixing roads and bridges to building electric vehicle charging stations.  Would an investment like this mean more business for your plant?

Similar to the above, the investment into infrastructure repair will have both a primary and secondary impact on our workforce. Some of the repair of roads and bridges will be done by localities, however, a majority of this work will be contracted out. There could even be a more direct impact to the municipalities around the country if money was set aside to upgrade equipment at the small town and village levels. These places are still using machines that are prone to breakdowns and disrepair, decreasing effectiveness. Secondarily, these jobs may increase local taxes or a tax base if a contractor takes up residence in one of the covered municipalities, thus increasing revenues, and hoping for more resources to allow workers to do their jobs.

What sorts of infrastructure improvements are needed in your community?

Living in a constant freeze-thaw cycle area, road repairs are a constant need. Potholes that appear endlessly, bridges that lose their protective shells leading to structual members exposed to weather, and water and sewer mains breaking from infrasturucte that is over 100 years old. 

There are proactive repairs that can be completed at a fraction of the cost of the emergency repairs. Local funding to municipal expansion of mass transit, including light rail, to provide access to those in need. Roadways are not the answer to everything. Also, an upgrade of the railway system to allow the transport of goods and people. 

Do you think infrastructure investment will help manufacturing workers overall?  If not, what would you rather see the government doing for workers instead?

Yes.  It has been proven, again and again, that these bills help get some infrastructure complete.

There are more behind-the-scenes upgrades than projects seen by the public. Specific money should be allocated to education of the community of where the money is going. This could help decrease confusion over how the money is used.

As a result of infrastructure work, there will be needed manufacturing that may not be able to be fulfilled at current capacities. All workers will need basic gear, like hard hats, safety vests, work boots, gloves, hand tools, and other things. Signs and markers will need to be manufactured to keep with demand. Heavy machinery will need to be built and ordered to perform major infrastructure repairs. Lighting will be necessary to perform work during nighttime hours. All of these consumables will need to be manufactured. Steel and tires will need to be made stateside to fulfill demand. There is a giant ripple effect from an infrastructure bill that reaches every corner of this country. 

On a personal note, there MUST be a nationwide effort to advise and educate the American public on the hazards of speeding through work zones and texting while driving. Since 1983, CSEA has lost 60 members in roadways that we are aware of, half of which occurred with a work zone intrusion. That’s of the 167 fatalities that we are aware of.  Working on a roadway is an extremely dangerous job, and I hope that there are investments in this bill that will educate the workers on temporary work zone requirements, driver education and national “don’t zone out” campaigns.

Jennifer Drudge


NAME: Ron Rodgers
HOMETOWN: Sweet Home, Ore.
EMPLOYER: United Steelworkers (USW)
UNION MEMBERSHIP: USW

Tell us a little bit about your job. What sort of products do you help make, and what is your role in making them?

Ron Rodgers

I do not make any products. I am a Staff Representative for the USW and I am also the Director of Sub-District 3 of District 12, covering Oregon, Idaho, Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii.

Manufacturing industries have had a number of ups and downs over the past several years, including layoffs and plant closures, both temporary and permanent. Has this impacted you at all?

This has impacted me in the sense that I have engaged in effects bargaining at several locations, including one complete plant closure and several workforce reductions.

President Biden is proposing a major investment in U.S. infrastructure, including everything from fixing roads and bridges to building electric vehicle charging stations. Would an investment like this mean more business for your plant?

The proposed investment in infrastructure would definitely have potential to mean more business for several of the locations I service directly, as well as many other locations within my sub-district.

What sorts of infrastructure improvements are needed in your community?

Upgraded storm water collection systems and water treatment facilities, road maintenance and bridge expansion and/or installation, particularly between Oregon and Washington between the Portland and Vancouver metro areas.

Do you think infrastructure investment will help manufacturing workers overall? If not, what would you rather see the government doing for workers instead?

A robust infrastructure investment would definitely be beneficial to workers as a whole; not just manufacturing workers. The availability of good jobs in infrastructure would lead to better paying jobs with better benefits in other sectors as the demand of workers increases. The better overall wages would also lead to more consumer spending, thus leading to an increase of jobs in the service sector.

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NAME: William E. Jones
HOMETOWN: Newport News, Va.
EMPLOYER: United Steelworkers
UNION MEMBERSHIP: YES

Tell us a little bit about your job. What sort of products do you help make, and what is your role in making them?

William Jones

I am currently the staff representative for the United Steelworkers union representing a variety of industries, including over 12,000 hourly ship builders on behalf of the United States Navy; a chemical company where they produce goods that go into fertilizer, ammonia and nylon; an aerospace company that makes parts for the airline industry; and a paper mill.  

Manufacturing industries have had a number of ups and downs over the past several years, including layoffs and plant closures, both temporary and permanent. Has this impacted you at all?

Fortunately, each of these industries were deemed essential and they have held their own as it relates to production. A couple of them actually have done very well during the pandemic.

President Biden is proposing a major investment in U.S. infrastructure, including everything from fixing roads and bridges to building electric vehicle charging stations. Would an investment like this mean more business for your plant?

Yes, it certainly would. Each of my locals I have touched bases with concerning supporting the USW’s “WE SUPPLY AMERICA” initiative.

What sorts of infrastructure improvements are needed in your community?

Definitely roads and bridges.

Do you think infrastructure investment will help manufacturing workers overall? If not, what would you rather see the government doing for workers instead?

I know that it would because it will help create more jobs or even help get certain companies back to employees working 40 hours or allow employees to be returned back from layoff. Job investment in a community could be almost be the best way to build up and/or restore a community. When we do better, so do our communities, socially and economically.

Jennifer Drudge

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Jushi Holdings Inc. to Expand Footprint Through Acquisition of Vertically Integrated Massachusetts Operator

Acquisition to Include Two Retail Dispensaries and a Cultivation and Product Manufacturing Facility Jushi to Enter Its Seventh State and Expand Retail Footprint to 19 Dispensaries Nationwide     BOCA RATON, Fla., April 19, 2021 – Jushi Holdings Inc. (“Jushi” or the “Company”) (CSE: JUSH) (OTCMKTS: JUSHF), a vertically integrated, multi-state cannabis operator announced that it has reached a […]

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Acquisition to Include Two Retail Dispensaries and a Cultivation and Product Manufacturing Facility

Jushi to Enter Its Seventh State and Expand Retail Footprint to 19 Dispensaries Nationwide

BOCA RATON, Fla., April 19, 2021 – Jushi Holdings Inc. (“Jushi” or the “Company”) (CSE: JUSH) (OTCMKTS: JUSHF), a vertically integrated, multi-state cannabis operator announced that it has reached a definitive binding agreement (the “Agreement”) to acquire Nature’s Remedy of Massachusetts, Inc. and certain of its affiliates (collectively, “Nature’s Remedy”), a vertically-integrated single state operator in Massachusetts, for total consideration of up to US$110 million (the “Acquisition”). Nature’s Remedy currently operates two retail dispensaries, in Millbury, MA and Tyngsborough, MA, and a 50,000 sq. ft. cultivation and production facility in Lakeville, MA with approximately 19,500 sq. ft. of high-quality indoor flower canopy and state-of-the-art extraction and manufacturing capabilities (the “Lakeville Facility”).

“We are excited to announce that we have signed a definitive agreement to acquire Nature’s Remedy, a vertically integrated business operating high-quality, well-managed assets in Massachusetts,” said Jim Cacioppo, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and Founder of Jushi. “Our entrance into Massachusetts will mark the seventh state where we operate cannabis assets and the third state where we are vertically integrated. This acquisition will enable us to rapidly build scale in an important, maturing adult-use market with a defensible retail position and a solid cultivation footprint with significant opportunities to expand. Upon closing, we look forward to working with the current management team to maximize Nature’s Remedy assets, while introducing our own best-in-class brands and high-quality products to the Massachusetts market [watch video here].”

Cultivation and Product Manufacturing Facility of Nature’s Remedy

The 50,000 sq. ft. Lakeville Facility is located within a 185,000 sq. ft. industrial complex. Currently, the Lakeville Facility’s flower canopy encompasses approximately 19,500 sq. ft., which Nature’s Remedy expects to expand to approximately 31,000 sq. ft. during the second half of 2021. The Lakeville Facility utilizes COextraction and has a full kitchen for edible production. Current flower production at the Lakeville Facility is approximately 6,800 lbs. / year, which, as part of the expected expansion, Nature’s Remedy could increase to approximately 11,000 lbs. / year based on 31,000 sq. ft. of canopy. In addition to the above-mentioned expansion, Nature’s Remedy is evaluating further expansion opportunities in the existing Lakeville industrial complex and/or on ten acres of land owned by Nature’s Remedy in Grafton, MA. The Lakeville Facility could potentially accommodate an additional 18,000 to 20,000 sq. ft. of flower canopy through the expansion into approximately 26,000 sq. ft. of adjacent space in the existing building. In Grafton, MA, Nature’s Remedy has a Host Community Agreement in place with the city and recently received a provisional cultivation license from the Commonwealth. The ten acres of land in Grafton, MA could potentially accommodate a 35,000 to 40,000 sq. ft. new facility with approximately 18,000 sq. ft. of flower canopy. These expansions are subject to business evaluations and needs, and receipt of applicable regulatory approvals.

Millbury Dispensary

The Millbury dispensary is located in the town of Millbury, MA just south of Worcester, MA. The Millbury dispensary caters primarily to the local population and surrounding underserved areas. The Millbury dispensary provides ample parking for its patrons and is strategically situated along the Worcester-Providence Turnpike, which sees approximately 10,600 cars per day. The Millbury dispensary is located in close proximity to the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley, the largest open-air shopping center in Central Massachusetts, and the Mass Turnpike. Upon closing, Jushi will immediately implement its best-in-class, customer-focused retail approach at the Millbury dispensary, which includes its online reservation ordering platform.

Tyngsborough Dispensary

Tyngsborough is located in northern Middlesex county just south of Nashua, New Hampshire. The Tyngsborough dispensary is strategically located in close proximity to the Pheasant Lane Mall, one of the largest malls in New Hampshire, as well as in close proximity to an exit on Route 3 / Northwest Expressway, which sees 60,000 to 80,000 cars per day. There is ample customer parking with potential for expansion. Upon closing, Jushi will immediately implement its best-in-class, customer-focused retail approach at the Tyngsborough dispensary, which includes its online reservation ordering platform.

Agreement Terms

Under the terms of the Agreement, Jushi has agreed to acquire Nature’s Remedy for an upfront payment of US$100 million (subject to purchase price adjustments as set forth in the Agreement), comprised of US$40.0 million in cash, US$55.0 million in subordinate voting shares of the Company (the “Company Shares”)1 and a US$5.0 million unsecured promissory note.2 The Company has also agreed to issue up to an additional US$10.0 million in Company Shares upon the occurrence or non-occurrence of certain conditions after the closing date (the “Additional Consideration”), bringing the total potential consideration for the Acquisition paid by the Company to US$110 million. The purchase price (inclusive of the full US$10.0 million of Additional Consideration) is expected to represent a multiple of approximately 4.5 to 5.0x Nature’s Remedy’s full year 2021 EBITDA3 and approximately 2.9 to 3.2x Nature’s Remedy’s full year 2022 EBITDA.3

The Acquisition, which is expected to close in the second half of 2021, is subject to certain customary closing conditions, including clearance under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act and approvals from other applicable regulatory authorities. Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, the Company has the right to terminate the Agreement within 30 days of execution if the Company is not satisfied with its due diligence of Nature’s Remedy for any reason. In addition, the Company has the right to terminate the Agreement if the average of the daily volume weighted average price for a Company Share for the fifteen (15) trading days immediately preceding the closing date (the “Closing Share Price”) would be equal to or less than eighty percent (80%) of the average of the daily volume weighted average price for a Company Share for the fifteen (15) trading days immediately preceding the Agreement’s execution date (the “Execution Share Price”) and Nature’s Remedy has the right to terminate the Agreement if the Closing Share Price would be equal to or less than sixty percent (60%) of the Execution Share Price. There can be no assurance that the Acquisition will be completed.

Price per share calculation is equal to the average of the daily volume weighted average price for Company Share (in United States Dollars) on the fifteen (15) trading days immediately preceding the closing date, and which shall not be less than eighty-five percent (85%) of the closing price for a Company Share (in United States Dollars) on the trading day immediately preceding the closing date.

2 The promissory note provides for cash interest payments to be made quarterly, a five-year maturity and all principal and accrued and unpaid interest due at maturity.

3 See “Reconciliation of Non-IFRS Financial Measures” at the end of this press release for more information regarding the Company’s use of non-IFRS financial measures.

About Jushi Holdings Inc.

We are a vertically integrated cannabis company led by an industry-leading management team. In the United States, Jushi is focused on building a multi-state portfolio of branded cannabis assets through opportunistic acquisitions, distressed workouts, and competitive applications. Jushi strives to maximize shareholder value while delivering high-quality products across all levels of the cannabis ecosystem. For more information, please visit jushico.com or our social media channels, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Forward-Looking Information and Statements

This press release contains certain “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation and may also contain statements that may constitute “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking information and forward-looking statements are not representative of historical facts or information or current conditions but instead represent only the Company’s beliefs regarding future events, plans or objectives, many of which, by their nature, involve estimates, projections, plans, goals, forecasts, and assumptions that may prove to be inaccurate. As a result, actual results could differ materially from those expressed by such forward-looking statements and such statements should not be relied upon. Generally, such forward-looking information or forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans,” “expects” or “does not expect,” “is expected,” “budget,” “scheduled,” “estimates,” “forecasts,” “intends,” “anticipates” or “does not anticipate,” or “believes,” or variations of such words and phrases or may contain statements that certain actions, events or results “may,” “could,” “would,” “might” or “will be taken,” “will continue,” “will occur” or “will be achieved”.

By identifying such information and statements in this manner, the Company is alerting the reader that such information and statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such information and statements. In addition, in connection with the forward-looking information and forward-looking statements contained in this press release, the Company has certain expectations and has made certain assumptions. Expectations, assumptions, and risk factors are more fully described in the Company’s Management, Discussion and Analysis for the three months ended September 30, 2020, and other filings with securities and regulatory authorities which are available at www.sedar.com.  Should one or more of these risks, uncertainties or other factors materialize, or should assumptions underlying the forward-looking information or statements prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described herein as intended, planned, anticipated, believed, estimated or expected.

The forward-looking information and forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date of this press release, and the Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking information and/or forward-looking statements that are contained or referenced herein, except in accordance with applicable securities laws. All subsequent written and oral forward-looking information and statements attributable to the Company or persons acting on its behalf is expressly qualified in its entirety by this notice.

Actual results could differ materially from those expressed by such forward-looking statements, and such statements should not be relied upon. Key expectations and assumptions made by Jushi include, but are not limited to, the accuracy of the books and records, and business models of Nature’s Remedy as provided in due diligence; the continued performance of existing operations of Nature’s Remedy; the anticipated expansion of Nature’s Remedy expected by the end of the second quarter of 2021; the expansion and optimization of the Lakeville Facility, adjacent buildings and property in Grafton, MA; and licensing approval. Additional risk factors that may affect actual results are detailed in Jushi’s annual information form and other periodic filings. These documents may be accessed via SEDAR database.

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About Ryan Allway

Mr. Allway has over a decade of experience in the financial markets as both a private investor and financial journalist. He has been actively involved in the cannabis industry since its inception, covering public and private companies.


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