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Plastics News (UK) 05/26/2020 08:30
The situation is 'just wonky'. No one said coming back from COVID-19 shutdowns would be easy. The auto industry has had the most high-profile restarting process, possibly because it was one of the highest-profile — and largest — industries to almost fully shut down (with the exception of some production of masks, shields and ventilators by automakers and suppliers). Consider Ford Motor Co.'s assembly plant in Chicago, which opened for production May 18, then had to shut down and clean when workers tested positive, then reopened only to have to shut down production again because of a shortage of items from a supplier where a worker had a positive test for COVID-19. Our sister publication Automotive News spoke with autoworkers about relearning.
RTT News 05/21/2020 11:02
New York-based Stargate Apparel issued a recall for about 6,600 units of Bunz Kidz children's sleepwear sets as they pose a risk of burn injuries to children. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission or CPSC said the children's sleepwear sets failed to meet the federal flammability standard that requires sleepwear for children to be either snug-fitting or flame resistant.
Electronics Weekly 05/20/2020 11:00
Techsil is stocking SilCool TIA241GF silicone thermally conductive gap filler from Momentive, intended for applications where good heat transfer, low stress and good interface wetting are required. Thermal conductivity is 4.1W/mK. Called SilCool TIA241GF, it offers tacky adhesion and retained softness after cure for applications where movements in x, y, and z directions occur due to ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.

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