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Two Rivers businessman vows to keep U.S. production

8:22 PM, Aug. 3, 2013
Julie Thielbar, left, and Don Hansen hold socket trays and wrench racks made in the U.S. and sold nationwide by the Two Rivers company.
Julie Thielbar, left, and Don Hansen hold socket trays and wrench racks made in the U.S. and sold nationwide by the Two Rivers company.
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Don Hansen has moved from the Lakeshore area to live most of the year in Florida.

But there is one move the local businessman refuses to make. He refuses to take production of his Hansen Global injection plastic molded trays and racks outside the U.S.

"I'm not going to China," says Hansen, who insists that the quality of the socket trays, wrench racks and oil saver train trays coming out of Rockford, Ill. are of superior quality to what could be produced overseas. ...

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