Allis Employee/Dealership Registry
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Minning and Forestry Equipment
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I remember my first day going into the 6th street entrance and going down into the walkway under ground and seeing all the time clocks in the tunnel way and not believing that many people could work in one place,I came up into the plant and went to find my Forman,finally I asked somebody where I could find Al Funderburg,the gentleman said(oh he's the guy in the glasses)I thanked him and looked up only to find,that everyone in the building wore glasses,eventually I found him and went to work as a drillpress operator,later moving on to a parts washing after never being able to understand the(making production)proto call,some times you had to put out a 1000parts for one order and the next night they wanted 10,000 parts that had a difficult layout,some times you made production in a couple of hrs.some days you could never achieve it,had fun there during inventory,the whole plant became relaxed and even the crabby old guys had smiles on their faces,some of the guys pushed some pallets together outside in the snow and built an igloo to stay warm with a burning barrel in the middle,and we would go out side to get a sip of BlackBerry schnobs and come back into the plant and almost fall on your face from the heat inside,17 below outside hardly able to take inventory of the frozen parts,you guys take care now.
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