Dee DePass

Reporter | Manufacturing
Phone: 612-673-7725
Dee DePass covers the manufacturing industry for the Star Tribune with an eye toward new products and technology, job growth and distribution developments in Minnesota.

Recent content from Dee DePass

3M to expand health care plant in South Dakota

The $57.6 million project in Brookings, S.D., will create 60 jobs by 2019, the company said.

Updated: October 02, 2014, - 08:55 PM

Manufacturing growth began to cool in September

The slowing was more apparent nationwide than in Minnesota.

Updated: October 01, 2014, - 09:02 PM

Oct. 2: Essar lines up money to finish $1.8B plant in Nashwauk

After a $450 million bond finance deal collapsed last month, Essar Steel has lined up loans and equity, though it didn't say the precise amount.

Updated: October 01, 2014, - 08:35 PM

Arctic Cat shares plunge on recall, related charge

Company recalls all the ATV vehicles from 2008 and some made in 2009.

Updated: October 01, 2014, - 07:55 PM

Graco buys British firm for $116M

Minneapolis-based Graco Inc. has paid $116 million to acquire Alco Valves Group, a British-manufacturer of pressure valves used in the...

Updated: October 01, 2014, - 07:32 PM

Minnesota receives fed training grant

U.S. Labor Department grant of $17.5 million is aimed at training factory and construction workers.

Updated: September 29, 2014, - 09:41 PM

Sept. 26: Minnesota factories gear up to replace boomers

Some manufacturers are reaching out to area high schools to train skilled workers.

Updated: September 26, 2014, - 11:57 PM

Norcraft will expand cabinet factory in Winnipeg

Eagan cabinetmaker to more than double the size of its Winnipeg factory.

Updated: September 26, 2014, - 08:56 PM

Polaris ATVs snowmobiles to go on sale at Costco

Under the arrangement, Costco's membership pricing will be extended to Polaris products. The vehicles will be picked up at existing...

Updated: September 26, 2014, - 03:22 PM

Imperial Plastics buys Engineered Polymers

Imperial picks up a factory in Mora with 27 molding machines and 207 employees.Imperial Plastics buys Engineered Polymers

Updated: September 24, 2014, - 04:07 PM

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