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August 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Solar Electric Engineering to Buy Nordskog Electric Vehicles: The rapidly expanding company, headquartered in Sebastopol, Calif., announced that it is acquiring Redlands-based Nordskog Electric Vehicles, a maker of industrial electric vehicles. The deal will involve an undisclosed amount of cash and stock, said Don Bright of Solar Electric.
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August 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Solar Electric Engineering to Buy Nordskog Electric Vehicles: The rapidly expanding company, headquartered in Sebastopol, Calif., announced that it is acquiring Redlands-based Nordskog Electric Vehicles, a maker of industrial electric vehicles. The deal will involve an undisclosed amount of cash and stock, said Don Bright of Solar Electric.
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August 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Solar Electric Engineering to Buy Nordskog Electric Vehicles: The rapidly expanding company, headquartered in Sebastopol, Calif., announced that it is acquiring Redlands-based Nordskog Electric Vehicles, manufacturer of industrial electric vehicles since 1946. The deal will involve an undisclosed amount of cash and stock, according to Don Bright of Solar Electric.
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August 3, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Solar Electric Engineering to Buy Nordskog Electric Vehicles: The rapidly expanding company, headquartered in Sebastopol, Calif., will announce today that it is acquiring Redlands-based Nordskog Electric Vehicles, manufacturer of more than 55,000 industrial electric vehicles since 1946. The deal will involve an undisclosed amount of cash and stock, according to Don Bright of Solar Electric.
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November 10, 1992 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The shuttering of the General Motors plant in Van Nuys last summer brought an end to the era of auto manufacturing in Southern California. It was an added blow to a Southland economy that has lost more than 100,000 jobs over the past several years from defense and aerospace layoffs. But as the GM plant shut its doors, another enterprise was quietly revving up a few miles away in Burbank.
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