Sky’s the limit for aircraft mechanics as industry takes off

Kieran Cummings has a time of school left, yet he’s already making a living repairing commercial jets. Following a day of classes at one hangar at the air terminal here, he heads to another where he works late into the night — some caffeine required. “We’re tearing these things apart, and we’re doing everything,” said the Lake Superior College student. “The experience, you can’t beat it.” It takes many individuals on the ground to keep planes in the sky, and a deficiency of flying machine mechanics around the nation is…

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DS Smith opens new HQ in USA as it targets extension in North America

This growth in the North American market follows its acquisition of Interstate Resources and Corrugated Container Corporation and The Display Connection – a reasonable sign that it plans to forcefully push established competitors in the USA such as International Paper. The company said its innovations in sustainability in Europe offered a ‘launchpad’ for its expansion in North America, with global and local customer requests for more options for sustainable packaging. The corrugated giant said its closed-loop recycling model – where paper and corrugated is collected, recycled and then used again…

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