BRADLEY COUNTY, TN. (Times Free Press) -- Wacker expects to bolster its construction workforce up to 2,500 at its Charleston, Tenn., plant site by early 2013, an official said today.
That number will rise from about 1,000 builders today, said site manager Konrad Bachhuber.
"We are moving fast, making excellent progress," he said about work at the $1.8 billion plant site.
The plant is to start making polysilicon in late 2013. The factory is to employ about 650 full-time workers making polysilicon for the solar industry.
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The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office arrested Arnando Arellano at his family's pizzeria in Ringgold where he worked.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man at his family's pizzeria in Ringgold where he worked.
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