MAINTENANCE / MANUFACTURING / QC / PRODUCTION / WAREHOUSING

PLANT MANAGER – Food Manufacturing!

$120,000 to $150,000 plus Bonus
LOCATION - Stanislaus County (Modesto, Ceres, Turlock)
EXCELLENT BENEFITS!!


We  have a DIRECT HIRE opportunity with a dynamic and growing food  manufacturing client for an experienced Plant Manager interested in  career growth and professional challenge.


RESPONSIBILITIES / EXPERIENCE / SKILLS:

  • Oversees all production operations within facility, complying with employee and food safety procedures and regulations.
  • Plans production activities for 3 shift operation, executing production schedule according to production plan.
  • Manages supervisory staff and ensures employee engagement throughout plant.
  • Drives productivity through planning, budgeting and cost control processes.
  • Works collaboratively with supply chain, sales and support departments.
  • Requires BS Degree in related discipline or equivalent experience.
  • Requires minimum of 8 years leadership experience in food manufacturing environment.

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PLANT MANAGER – DAIRY FOOD PROCESSING A MUST!

$100 - 140K
Excellent Benefits
LOCATION - This position is located within the Stanislaus County area


Our  long-established Food Processing client is PARTNERING with STAFFING  PARTNERS in search of an experienced Plant Manager with Food  Manufacturing Dairy industry experience for this IMMEDIATE DIRECT HIRE  CAREER OPPORTUNITY!


DAIRY RELATED INDUSTRY IS A MUST!!!

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Responsible  for managing all aspects of a natural manufacturing, packaging and  processing facility, with approximately 140 employees.
  • Maximize  the profitability of the plant through efficient use of raw materials,  productive use of available labor and control of overhead costs.
  • Ensure the manufacturing and packaging of a quality product while maintaining a safe and motivated workforce.
  • Drive Food Safety initiatives at plant level working with corporate Operations and Quality Assurance teams.
  • Provide  leadership, direction, guidance and support to management team and  plant personnel. Develop positive, motivating and efficient  communication with all employees.
  • Maintain  a positive employee environment through consistent/fair practices and  leadership in areas such as employee development, safety and training.
  • Establish,  strive for and achieve challenging and attainable targets in the areas  of: raw material conversion cost; packaging material usage; packaging  material loss; production, packaging and supervisory labor costs; and  fixed and variable overhead cost.
  • Trouble-shoot  and lead problem-solving efforts through the facilitation of team  meetings and on-the-floor leadership to effectively change systems and  procedures through the process of continuous improvement.
  • Develop plant’s annual budget. Monitor and control plant costs in comparison to budgetary objectives.
  • Lead,  facilitate and support the plant’s safety process to insure a  behavioral-based safe, hazard-free working environment for all  employees.
  • Maintain and adhere to company policies and procedures in the areas of Human Resources, Quality Assurance and Quality Control.
  • Develop  and maintain a positive working relationship with Services and Sales  through timely communication of issues and opportunities.
  • Oversee all regulatory inspections to insure positive relations with state and federal inspection personnel.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent related experience.
  • Minimum  of five (5) years management experience in food manufacturing or  processing, preferably dairy manufacturing, in a similar role or as a  department manager.
  • Experience in successfully leading, coaching, motivating and developing a team in a “hands on” environment.
  • Above average understanding of costs relating to Dairy manufacturing and packaging. Budgetary experience a must.
  • Must  possess a solid dairy background and willingness to learn and  understand the peculiarities of company's product manufacturing and  performance criteria.
  • Strong food safety, customer and quality focus.
  • Strong  leadership skills, communication skills and interpersonal skills.  Strong analytical, time management & organizational skills with  attention to detail.
  • Must be self-motivated, results oriented, possess high degree of initiative, and work well under pressure.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Maestro, etc.

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MAINTENANCE MECHANIC - Food Processing

$25.00 to $32.00 Per Hour
Benefits plus $800 SIGN ON BONUS after 120 days!!
Job Location – Modesto  


Job Summary
Our  stable and progressive client in the Food Processing industry is  PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search for an experienced  Maintenance Mechanic for this IMMEDIATE DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY!
The  Maintenance Mechanic participates as a team member in a high volume,  light manufacturing environment. Responsible primarily to maintain  filling and packing equipment including operation, quality, maintenance,  troubleshooting and repairing activities to meet production needs in an  efficient and safe manner.


WORK SCHEDULE:
•  Must be able to work any Shifts (usually established shifts) and  requires that employees work Monday through Saturday, including some  Sundays.
• Overtime as needed with or without prior notice.


EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE
• Technical Education in Industrial Technician or equivalent industry experience
•  Minimum 3-5 years maintenance experience in an industrial environment,  consumer products or food & beverage experience preferred.
•  Ammonia Refrigeration experience is a plus - Current Certification in  RETA Industrial Refrigeration or the ability to obtain a Certified  Assistant Refrigeration Operator certification within 6 months of hire  date is required.
• Able to operate, maintain, troubleshoot and fix  machinery, industrial bearings, industrial drive gears and gear systems,  shaft joining and coupling devices.
• Able to operate, maintain, troubleshoot and fix pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
• Able to operate, maintain, troubleshoot and fix electrical 110VAC, 480VAC 3 Phase, 12 VDC and DC drive components.
•  Able to troubleshoot motor control devices (programming a plus)  including PLC’s, VFD’s and use them to troubleshoot other components.
• Able to perform basic metal fabrication, MIG and/or TIG welding.
• Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred but not required.


Requirements
MUST have experience as a Maintenance Mechanic in a Food Processing Industry as described above.

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ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN - Food Processing

Salary: $28.00 to $30.00 Per Hour     
Position Type: Full Time
Location: Stanislaus County     
Benefits: Excellent Benefits!


Summary:
Our  long time and well established Food Processing client is PARTNERING  with us in search of an experienced Electrical Technician for this  IMMEDIATE Direct Hire Career Opportunity who will be responsible for  troubleshooting and maintaining the maintenance of all electrical  systems on machinery, processing and production equipment. Capable of  investigating, diagnosing electrical malfunctions and implement repair  work to obtain maximum efficiency of all systems.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• General lighting system.
• New electrical installations.
• Updating and repairing existing electrical systems.
• Maintenance of emergency lighting system.
• Assist Facility / Food Processing Maintenance as needed.
• Equipment overhaul.
• Investigate and assist in planning of electrical retrofits or new installations.
• Maintain inventory control of common used electrical parts and supplies.
• Prepare and submit purchase requisitions.
• Any other duties as assigned by supervisors or managers.


JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Skills/Knowledge of:
• National and local electrical codes.
• PLC’s and motor controls.
• Electrical power consumption.
• Main power distribution.
• Instrumentation.
• Reading and understanding electrical drawings and blue prints.
• Fabrication / construction / installation.


Ability to:
• Plan and schedule assigned duties.
• Work independently with minimal supervision.
• Interact effectively with other workers and supervisors.
• Work at various heights and awkward positions.

Must be able to work any of 3 shifts.
Must be willing to submit to a Background and Drug Screening.


Requirements:
MUST have experience as an Electrical Technician in a Food Processing environment as described above. 

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MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN

$26.50 to $28.00 Per Hour
 EXCELLENT BENEFITS!!
Job Location - Stanislaus County (Modesto, Ceres, Turlock, Patterson, Riverbank, Oakdale)


Job Summary
Our  growing Food Processing client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in  search of an experienced Maintenance Electrician for this IMMEDIATE  DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY!!
The Maintenance Electrician is  responsible for the upkeep and proper functionality of all electrical  equipment and systems in the facility.


HOURS:
Day Shift - 6pm-2:30am, M-F
Possibility to work OT and Weekends if needed


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• As directed and trained, ensure all units in the facility are functioning properly.
• Routinely check for any malfunctions regarding equipment operation.
• Perform all machine preventative maintenance and repairs on equipment as required.
• Perform all functions including but not limited to welding, fabrication, and reading schematics.
• Complete all tasks as assigned by the Maintenance Manager and/or supervisor.
• Perform and comply with all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
• Working overtime is MANDATORY and requires full participation.
• Maintain Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) in accordance to company policy.
• Must be capable of lifting 50 pounds of product routinely, and climbing ladders to maintenance equipment from a catwalk.


Requirements
MUST have experience as a Maintenance Electrician as described above. 

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MAINTENANCE MECHANICS – Any Shifts

(Temp, Temp to Hire and Direct Hire opportunities)


$24-28/hr
Excellent Benefits if hired by client
LOCATION - Within Stanislaus County (Modesto, Ceres, Turlock or the Surrounding Cities)


Our  Food Processing client with an excellent reputation in their industry  is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of experienced  Maintenance Mechanics. 1st, 2nd or 3rd Shifts Available. Temp, Temp to  Hire and Direct Hire opportunities.


Responsible for performing  all phases of plant maintenance, including: mechanical, electrical,  refrigeration, PLC, plumbing, and welding with very little direction.  Performs all assigned tasks to maintain plant equipment and facility in  reliable condition. Troubleshoots and corrects production line  breakdowns quickly and efficiently. Completes projects to improve plant  productivity and efficiency. Completes assignments in a professional  manner.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Efficiently perform welding, grinding, and metal cutting tasks as assigned. This duty is performed daily, about 5% of the time.
2.  Safely and efficiently operate fork lifts and other mobile equipment;  possess ability to obtain operator certification. This duty is performed  daily, about 5% of the time.
3. Safely and  efficiently perform mechanical repairs to correct production line  breakdowns. This duty is performed daily, about 25% of the time.
4.  Safely and efficiently complete required tasks on repair, PM and OH  work orders. This duty is performed daily, about 20% of the time.
5. Safely  and efficiently perform electrical repairs, and installation of  electrical equipment. This duty is performed daily, about 20% of the  time.
6. Understand refrigeration or possess the  ability to learn operation of plant refrigeration equipment. This duty  is performed daily, about 10% of the time.
7. Attend  and understand technical training, safety and food safety meetings as  scheduled. This duty is performed daily, about 10% of the time.
8. Follow lock out/tag out procedures. This duty is performed daily, about 5% of the time.
9. Understand and follow all company and department policies, and SOP's. This duty is performed daily, about 5% of the time. 

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FACILITY MAINTENANCE MECHANIC

$24.00 to $28.00 Per Hour     
Excellent Benefits!
Location: Stanislaus County     

Summary:
Our  well established and growing Food Processing Client is PARTNERING with  us in search of an experienced Facilities Maintenance Mechanic with Food  Processing experience. The Maintenance Mechanic will be responsible for  maintaining processing equipment at maximum operating efficiency,  diagnosing, analyzing and investigating malfunction of plant process  equipment and repair / adjust in order to keep in good operating  condition.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Trouble-shoot equipment, making repairs / adjustments as necessary for operations.
• Maintain / construct Facility buildings, and structures as required.
• Replace / repair motors, gear boxes, drive units, pipelines and all other equipment and process components as required.
• Maintain any assigned records or downtime logs of equipment malfunction or component parts used for repair.
• Work bench repair work including grinding, cutting, and welding.
•  Pipe fitting, painting, sandblasting or any other maintenance /  construction trades work which may be required or having proficiency in.
• Keeping all tools, carts and maintenance equipment clean and properly stored.
• Keeping all work areas orderly.
• Any other general work duties as may be assigned by supervisors or managers.


JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Skills/Knowledge of:
• Processing equipment operations and energy sources.
• Good practical welding and fabrication techniques.
• Safe use of all power tools, presses, compressors, generators, gases, jacks, hoists, lifts, etc.
• Welding
• Fabrication / construction / installation.
• Reading and understanding diagrams and drawings.

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MAINTENANCE MECHANICS ~ Must Be Able to Work Any Shift!!

$24-27/HR
Excellent Benefits
LOCATION – Stanislaus County (Modesto, Ceres Turlock)


Our  well established and growing Food Processing client is PARTNERING with  STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Maintenance Mechanics for  these IMMEDIATE DIRECT HIRE OPENINGS.


JOB STATEMENT:
Must  be knowledgeable in all phases of equipment operations, safety, and  repair. The Maintenance Mechanic must be able to operate all line  machinery, have knowledge of equipment and tools needed to perform  repairs and maintenance on the line machinery and facility.


Essential Duties:
· Communicate to Supervisors, Line Workers, Quality Assurance (QA), Sr. Management, and Co-workers
· Organize change over parts storage area and spare parts
· Trouble-shoot and repair running equipment safely
· Report all parts used and needed for reordering to Storeroom Attendant
· Perform necessary changeover of the line machinery and equipment in a timely matter
· Troubleshoot running the line and make necessary repairs to keep it operating as required
· Perform preventative maintenance on equipment and facility to keep all in top working condition
· Must supply own hand tools and be able to carry a tool pouch weighing approximately 20 lbs
· Must be responsible for startup after a changeover
· Responsible for having correct change parts ready for the following shift


JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Education/Experience:
Previous maintenance experience in bottling preferred

Knowledge of:
Safety
Process equipment operation
General work rules
Quality Assurance Standards
Preventive maintenance schedules
Equipment manuals and specifications
Knowledge of basic electricity, 110v, 220v, and 480v. and operate standard power tools safely

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INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC

$24-26.50/hr
Excellent Benefits!!
LOCATION - Stanislaus County


HOURS - MUST BE ABLE TO WORK 12 HOUR SHIFTS: 6pm-6:30am (Night Shift) - Includes OVERTIME PAY!!


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • As directed and trained, ensure all units in the facility are functioning properly.
  • Routinely check for any malfunctions regarding equipment operation.
  • Perform all machine preventative maintenance and repairs on equipment as required.
  • Perform all functions including but not limited to welding, fabrication, and reading schematics.
  • Complete all tasks as assigned by the Maintenance Manager and/or supervisor.
  • Perform and comply with all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Working overtime is MANDATORY and requires full participation.
  • Maintain Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) in accordance to company policy.
  • Perform all functions in accordance with sound safety practices and procedures.
  • Report all safety violations and safety hazards to the Shift Supervisor and/or Maintenance Manager / Safety Manager immediately
  • Participate in all safety programs i.e. Lockout Tagout, Fall Protection, Energized Equipment Safety.

Qualifications

  • Must be computer literate
  • Must  have ability to accept temporary assignment changes to assist other  areas of the plant, maintaining a positive, professional attitude.
  • Must be capable of lifting 50 pounds of product routinely, and climbing ladders to maintenance equipment from a catwalk.
  • Must be certified to operate forklifts.
  • Must be fall protection certified
  • Must be Lockout Tagout certified
  • Must maintain assigned portion of master sanitation schedule.
  • Must work in a safe, professional manner at all times.
  • Must report any accidents, property damage, or near misses to a supervisor immediately.

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MAINTENANCE MECHANIC

  • $20-25/HR
  • Benefits Offered
  • LOCATION - Merced County Area

HOURS - MUST BE WILLING TO WORK GRAVEYARD SHIFT. Will start off on Day Shift for Training but then will move to Graveyard.


Our  long time and well established Food Processing client is PARTNERING  with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Maintenance  Technician for this IMMEDIATE FULL TIME CAREER OPPORTUNITY. FOOD  PROCESSING and ELECTRICAL experience is a MUST!!!


JOB PURPOSE AND SUMMARY
Performs  routine maintenance and inspection of the production process equipment,  the utility support systems and the production rooms. This may include,  but will not be limited to, water treatment systems and analysis,  boilers and operation, refrigeration systems and components, proper  welding practices (Sanitary A-3 standards), the ability to read and  troubleshoot ladder logic on PLC control systems and related components,  proper electrical practices (codes), and pumps. Trouble shooting  equipment problems and make necessary repairs as needed.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Completes  work orders covering scheduled maintenance of the process equipment.  Completes unscheduled repairs of all areas as needed. Provides support  to operators and companion maintenance mechanics. Always seeking  continuous self and the improvement of equipment and the work  environment.
Performs non-routine maintenance activities, including  but not limited to basic preventative maintenance on all process  equipment. Completes daily log sheets, inventory usage data entry to  computer system.
Installs electrical for new equipment, submits  detailed information required for the purpose of ordering parts and all  support materials. Sets up clearances on fillers.
Performs  calibration of process equipment instrumentation (level transmitters,  pressure transmitters, RTD’s, flow meters, etc), and duties as needed or  assigned by the maintenance supervisor. Acts as member of Emergency  Response Team.

POSITION DIMENSIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Years and Type of Related Experience Required:
Three  years of industrial maintenance experience with emphasis on PC based  programs. Ability to read and understand electrical schematics. Trouble  shoot high and low voltage control systems, VFD’s and hydraulic systems.

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FULFILLMENT COORDINATOR

  • $18-20/HR
  • Performance-based bonuses, full health, vision, dental, and life insurance, paid vacations, along with other perks and benefits.
  • Modesto
  • HOURS - Monday thru Friday, 8-5 (Possibly 7-4)

Our  well-established Food Processing client in Modesto with an excellent  reputation and long-term employees is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS  in search of an experienced Fulfillment Coordinator for this IMMEDIATE  DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY!


Primary Duties:
Work in a production/warehouse setting.
Prepare daily mail for the Post Office and UPS.
Pick, pack and ship request for a variety of marketing materials.
Provide quality control for the appearance of outgoing mail.
Transport mail to the Post Office
Assist the Fulfillment Manager with project management and coordinating temporary staffing needs to meet deadlines.


Qualifications:
In order to be considered for this opportunity, you must have the following qualifications:
Strong organizational skills
Detail Oriented
Able to handle interruptions
Good communication skills (verbal and written)
Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access.
Ability to lift 60 lbs.
Ability to move loaded pallets with pallet jack
Valid CA driver’s license with good driving record.
Must be willing to submit to a background, drug screen and physical

If you have the following attributes, you would be a stronger candidate:
Experience working in a mail room or fulfillment (pick and pack) center.
Knowledge of both USPS and UPS specifications.
Familiar with Bulking Mailing Software
Forklift Certificate. (If you don’t have one, must be willing to train).
Project management experience.

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CARPENTER - Property Management

SALARY - $16.00 - 19.00/HR

BENEFITS - Excellent Benefits

LOCATION - Modesto


Our well-established and local client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Carpenter for this DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY. 

Will ensure the timely, cost-effective and high-quality execution of all carpentry duties for assigned properties under the supervision and direction of the Maintenance Supervisor and Property Manager.


Carpentry Responsibilities

  • Perform carpentry duties as required, including the design, fabrication, installation and repair of wood and formica structures, and operate the full range of equipment related to carpentry activities.
  • Frame and install walls, partitions, doorways and windows.
  • Hang both interior and exterior doors.
  • Replace windows and door screens.
  • Replace baseboards and trimwork. (see J.)
  • Install, repair and replace damaged cabinetry and countertops as needed.
  • Install and replace a variety of hardware including door locks and jambs, handicap bars and curtain rods.
  • Install, repair and replace fences and gates as needed.
  • Assist with remodels as directed (i.e., tearing down existing walls, framing new walls).
  • Perform painting touch-ups as required by carpentry installations or repairs (i.e., when hanging doors, installing fences & balcony railings).

Equipment Maintenance and Safety

  • Perform scheduled maintenance on all equipment based on manufacturer recommendations and operating manuals, and maintain all personal and company-owned tools, supplies and materials.
  • Ensure the company vehicle is adequately stocked with routinely used supplies and materials and is maintained in safe working condition at all times.
  • Comply fully with safety standards as well as with Cal-OSHA in all work, and utilize proper safety precautions according to manufacturer recommendations.

General Duties

  • Assist with general property maintenance tasks as needed.
  • Complete work orders in a timely manner, and provide daily reports on work completed to the Property Manager and Maintenance Supervisor.
  • Attend and participate in the weekly property meetings.
  •  Make recommendations regarding the implementation of new processes, techniques, materials and/or equipment that will enhance or improve operations.
  • Attend continuing education classes and additional training throughout the year to sharpen existing skills and to learn new skills.
  • Participate in the emergency on-call schedule to ensure evening, weekend and holiday coverage.

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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - Property Management

SALARY - $16.00 - 18.00/HR

BENEFITS - Excellent Benefits

LOCATION - Modesto


Our well-established and local client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Maintenance Technician for this DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY. 


Will oversee the timely and effective maintenance of assigned properties, utilizing a current working knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and electrical work.


HVAC CERTIFICATION and/or SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE CERTIFICATION A PLUS!!


Maintenance Responsibilities.

  • Participate in all maintenance projects.
  • Inspect buildings, structures and equipment to ascertain the need for repair and maintenance work.
  • Inspect, maintain, repair and perform preventative maintenance of electrical and HVAC systems, refrigeration units and other related equipment, and ensure their safe operation.
  • Repair and replace plumbing fixtures, including sinks, toilets, faucets and pipes, and clear obstructions from water and sewer lines.
  • Perform carpentry duties, including the repair and installation of wood fixtures, the repair and construction of fencing structures, and the operation of a full range of equipment related to carpentry activities.
  • Perform painting activities as needed.
  • Read and interpret sketches, diagrams, drawings and blueprints.
  • Complete work orders in a timely manner, and provide daily reports on work completed to the Property Manager and Maintenance Supervisor.
  • Keep accurate records regarding preventative maintenance, work orders, apartment refurbishing, inventories and invoices.

Equipment Maintenance and Safety.

  • Perform scheduled maintenance on all equipment based on manufacturer recommendations and operating manuals, and maintain all personal and company-owned tools, supplies and materials.
  • Ensure the company vehicle is adequately stocked with routinely used supplies and materials and is maintained in safe working condition at all times.
  • Comply fully with safety standards as well as with Cal-OSHA in all work, and utilize proper safety precautions according to manufacturer recommendations.

General Duties.

  • Attend and participate in the weekly property meetings.
  • Make recommendations regarding the implementation of new processes, techniques, materials, appliances and/or equipment that will enhance or improve operations.
  • Attend biannual A/C and heating system training conducted by the Maintenance Supervisor and/or the Assistant Maintenance Supervisor.
  • Attend continuing education classes and additional training throughout the year to sharpen existing skills and to learn new skills.
  • Participate in the emergency on-call schedule to ensure evening, weekend and holiday coverage.

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