How Minnesota’s biggest computer-chip plant is adapting to coronavirus pressure

Chipmakers such as SkyWater Technology are a key barometer for the economic hazard the pandemic presents.  
 

Since its start in the 1980s, the computer chip factory in Bloomington that’s now owned by SkyWater Technology has been operating around the clock except for a single planned shutdown that lasted two months.

Now, workers and managers are striving to be sure coronavirus doesn’t impose an unplanned one. Read the article in the Star Tribune: >https://www.startribune.com/how-minnesota-s-biggest-computer-chip-plant-is-adapting-to-coronavirus-pressure/569163262/

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