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Tyco Flow opens plant in Mansfield

Patrick Decker (center), the president of Tyco Flow Control, toured a new plant in Mansfield yesterday. Patrick Decker (center), the president of Tyco Flow Control, toured a new plant in Mansfield yesterday. (Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff)
By Bonnie Kavoussi
Globe Correspondent / July 21, 2010

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Tyco Flow Control yesterday opened a $25 million plant in Mansfield that the company said is the largest in the United States for testing valves and controls for nuclear power plants. (Full article: 455 words)

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