Murrieta hosts high school students for ‘Manufacturing Day’

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Students watch as a Waterstone Faucets employee describes various types of finishes for the faucets the company produces. Will Fritz photo
Murrieta high school students spend the morning at two manufacturing facilities and hear a panel discussion about local manufacturing jobs at Murrieta’s business incubator for the city’s Manufacturing Day event Friday, Oct. 5. About 100 students from Murrieta Valley High School toured Cryoquip – which produces cryogenic vaporizers and industrial gas equipment – as well as Waterstone Faucets, both of which operate in the industrial district in southwest Murrieta.  While touring both manufacturing facilities, students split up into smaller groups and saw how workers at all points of the production process were doing their jobs. At the panel, professionals with local manufacturers stressed that the industry has changed over the last 20 years – for one, there are more indus
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