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New electric oven and 150 jobs come to Fairfield



New electric stove and 150 jobs come to Fairfield


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WEBVTT REPORTS: HERE AT A MOST DESOLATE SITE TO GET A MODERN CLEAN ELECTRIC ARC FURNITURE. WITH IT, 150 JOBS FOR STARTERS. IT IS USED FOR 1200 PEOPLE WORKING HERE BUT ON THE NEAR FAIRFIELD UNION HALL. >> AN ELECTRIC FURNITURE BUILT HERE IN FAIRFIELD MEANS EXECUTIVE TIMES FOR THE VALLEY AGAIN. REPORTS: AND FOR ALABAMA WORKERS WHICH CAN BE HOT. >> IT IS SURE OUR FUTURE HERE IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY. REPORTS: EXPERIENCED PEOPLE AND WOMEN HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO RETURN. >> These pictures come down the line from SLAB CASTER TORCHED. >> SO CAN YOU DO IT AGAIN? >> YES SIR. REPORTS: SETH SKALNICK WAS DEPENDED WHEN THE MACHINE CLOSED IN 2015. HE IS APPLICABLE TO A BOARD JOB NOW, BUT THE WRITING MONEY MUST START, HIMFIRED UP. >> WHEN YOU GET THE MOLD STEEL ROUND YOUR WINTER THAT DOES NOT THINK YOU EVER COME COMFORTABLE, BUT YOU WANT AND WHO IS WHEN YOU MISS DAILY. REPORTS: THE HOPE IS AT 2021 THE NEW FURNITURE MUST PUMP NEW LIFE IN FAIRFIELD AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. ALABAMA POWER MUST BE PRODUCING LARGE OF IT. >> It's going to be like building up two small sticks to run this thing around the clock. TARIFF POLICIES BASED MARKET TERMS AND CONDITIONS FROM THE UNION HAVE MADE EASY OF THE CREDIT FOR MAKING THIS PLANT BACK AND ROUND WITHIN

New electric stove and 150 jobs come to Fairfield


In a largely deserted place in Fairfield comes a modern, clean arc furnace. And with that 150 jobs. "An electric oven built here in Fairfield means exciting times for the valley again," said United Steel Workers president Kevin Key. WVTM 13's Jeff Eliasoph has the full story in the video above.

In a largely deserted place in Fairfield comes a modern, clean arc furnace. And with that 150 jobs.

"An electric stove built here in Fairfield means exciting times for the valley again," said United Steel Workers president Kevin Key.

WVTM 13's Jeff Eliasoph has the full story in the video above.


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