PTR Industries has rehired employees it laid off, added more workers and is working to manufacture a 9mm to be marketed to the military. On May 28 Josh Fiorini, PTR chief executive officer, stands in the plant in the Cool Springs community near Aynor.
PTR Industries has rehired employees it laid off, added more workers and is working to manufacture a 9mm to be marketed to the military. On May 28 Josh Fiorini, PTR chief executive officer, stands in the plant in the Cool Springs community near Aynor. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
PTR Industries has rehired employees it laid off, added more workers and is working to manufacture a 9mm to be marketed to the military. On May 28 Josh Fiorini, PTR chief executive officer, stands in the plant in the Cool Springs community near Aynor. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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