Slowed by a fatal explosion Feb. 20, CTA Acoustics continues production almost by hand. CTA Acoustics Inc. selects a 47-acre (19-ha) site in Kentucky that will allow it to remain in the community devastated by a Feb. 20 explosion at its plant that left six employees dead. “This decision reflects our strong commitment to our loyal and dedicated employees,” James J. Pike, CTA Chairman and CEO, says in a news release. “We have always regarded CTA’s employees as a strategic asset. ...

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