Johnston County Industries President and Chief Exectuvie Bill Sharek talks about the myriad of tasks performed by employees in the manufacturing division of JCI, including labeling, wiring, assembling and other work for clients such as appliance makers and sporting goods companies.
Johnston County Industries President and Chief Exectuvie Bill Sharek talks about the myriad of tasks performed by employees in the manufacturing division of JCI, including labeling, wiring, assembling and other work for clients such as appliance makers and sporting goods companies. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
Johnston County Industries President and Chief Exectuvie Bill Sharek talks about the myriad of tasks performed by employees in the manufacturing division of JCI, including labeling, wiring, assembling and other work for clients such as appliance makers and sporting goods companies. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

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