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Trump’s ‘Made in America’ showcase: These products made the list
President Donald Trump is kicking off “Made in America” week at the White House Monday, as he hosts a product showcase featuring items from homegrown businesses in each state.
Continue Reading Below From big companies like Caterpillar (CAT) and Campbell’s Soup (CPB) to smaller businesses, including flag and broom makers, here’s a look at the companies that the president will meet with Monday and what they make in the USA. Alabama: Altec Founded in 1929, Altec is a bucket truck company that delivers products and services to the telecommunications and electric utility markets. Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., Altec operates in more than 100 countries. Alaska: The Great Alaskan Bowl Company The Great Alaskan Bowl Company is a mill that manufactures large, wooden bowls— which were often used throughout the 1800s to make bread and serve food. Each bowl takes up to 6 days to dry in a kiln, according to the company, just one step in a very complex process. Continue Reading Below ADVERTISEMENT Arizona: PING Golf Based in Phoenix, Arizona, PING Golf is an American golf club manufacturer that was founded in 1959 by a former General Electric engineer, who started the business by making clubs in his garage. Arkansas: Hytrol One of the most recognized names in the conveyor belt industry, Hytrol has been in business for more than 60 years.
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