USA: Military Boot Firm Wolverine Creates 100 Jobs
Michigan-based military boot maker Wolverine World Wide Inc is to take on 100 extra staff after winning a multi-million dollar government order. The company said the new workers will be based at its two plants in Arkansas. It follows the successful tender for a government order worth between $9 million and $22m a year.
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