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Metals & Minerals Plants Along the Eastern Seaboard Brace for Florence
Industry Segment: Metals & Minerals | Word Count: 469 Words
SUGAR LAND--September 13, 2018--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--As the Eastern Seaboard prepares for what is being called the strongest storm to hit the Atlantic in decades, more and more industrial plants are planning on closing operations. As of Wednesday, the path of Hurricane Florence has shifted slightly south of Virginia, focusing on the Carolinas and now Georgia. Virginia appears to have been spared the brunt of the impact, but many are still evaluating the situation. Industrial Info's researchers are tracking more than 500 Metals & Minerals mines and plants in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.
Within this article: How Metals & Minerals companies in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic are preparing for Florence.
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