Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Random Note -- Field Briefcase -- May 29, 2019

Earlier today, I received a note from a "product launcher":
Bobby Martin, a Texas oilfield service controls technician, was often frustrated by too many work gadgets and not enough hands to manage them while trying to get the job done. He dreamed of the ability to pack up his desk and carry it with him. After thinking, planning and problem-solving with his wife, Mindy, the Martins made Bobby’s dream a reality.

The OmniShelf is the world’s first-ever portable workstation and briefcase. It attaches to any surface – truck door, telephone pole, HVAC equipment, wall and more – with industrial strength suction cups or magnets. When you’re done, simply close up and transport your tools and office materials from jobsite to jobsite.
The website is here.

I have no relationship with this company or product. Simply re-posting and linking a website. I have no experience with this product.


Shuts down night and weekend shifts in Fremont -- cites weaker demand for Model S and X -- link here:
Palo Alto-based electric automaker Tesla Inc. has cut its production staff in Fremont and eliminated night and weekend shifts for the teams in charge of making the Model S and Model X.
The company has decided to build the forthcoming Model Y at its factory in Fremont, which will require Tesla to combine its Model S and X production lines to make room.
Later this year, Tesla will begin producing a refreshed version of the Model S, which could include a more minimalist interior, a battery pack with a 400-mile range, and the same drive units and seats used in the high-end Model 3.
TSLA trading at $190; 52-week low about $185.

Smart money says Tesla takeover won't occur until TSLA trades below $100.

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