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To be built next to the company's existing Tulsa, OK plant, the FDC is expected to create 150 new manufacturing jobs.


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To be built next to the company's existing Tulsa, OK plant, the FDC is expected to create 150 new manufacturing jobs.

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Whirlpool Investing $55M In New Factory Distribution Center

To be built next to the company's existing Tulsa, OK plant, the FDC is expected to create 150 new manufacturing jobs.

Whirlpool Completes Manufacturing Facility Expansion In Argentina

The new manufacturing facility, located in Buenos Aires Province, is part of a $200 million investment plan and will create 100 new jobs.

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