of the world’s largest manufacturers of polysilicon, used in solar panels). Moses Lake has also attracted some alternative fuel companies, such as Washington Ethanol & Washington Biodiesel. BMW, in partnership with the SGL Group, began construction in July 2010 on a $100 million carbon-fiber manufacturing plant. The plant was designed to produce 300 tons of carbon fiber per year from a single production building, and began operations in 2011. In 2013, ground was broken for a second 300-ton building, bringing projected production to 600 tons per year. In 2014, a third 300-ton building was started. When the third building is completed, SGL Moses Lake will be the largest producer of carbon fiber in the world. Other major corporations that have facilities in (or are based in) Moses Lake include: *Dell *Sabey *Terex AWP (Genie Industries) *Guardian Industries *ConAgra Foods *Basic American Foods *Moses Lake Industries *J.R. Simplot Co. (Simplot) *International Paper Local media *Columbia Basin Herald Newspaper Activities * Spring Festival (Memorial Day weekend) * Moses Lake Water Sports Festival (June) (first held in June 2008) * Five Suns Bluegrass Festival (first weekend in Aug.) * Lion's Field, located Downtown near Frontier Middle School, was remodeled after a voter-approved levy. FieldTurf was installed and the first game held on the new turf was a soccer game between the Moses Lake Chiefs and the Wenatchee Panthers. The Football team opened the completed stadium on 12 September 2008. Sister cities Moses Lake has one sister city, according to the Washington State Lt. Governor's list of Washington Sister Cities: * road through Moses Lake from US 10 (later Interstate 90 (Interstate 90 (Washington))) PSH 18 in the southwest to SSR 11G (Secondary State Route 11G (Washington)) in the northeast. Today, this route is SR 171 (Washington State Route 171). The leg from SSR 11G (today's SR 17 (Washington State Route 17)) to the Odessa area has never been constructed and is not part of the modern state route system.
produced products under its own name, as well as for Steyr-Puch and other companies. Puch gave up racing in the 1950s and split-single production ended around 1970. * 1953: Puch launched two new motorcycles, the 125 (Puch 125) and 175 SV (Puch 175 SV). In the meanwhile, Pausini began on 5 March 2009 from Turin the ''World Tour 2009'',
Kugelpanzer at Kubinka The Russian '''Kubinka Tank Museum''' is a large museum of armoured fighting vehicles in Kubinka, just outside Moscow. It has many famous tanks from World War I, World War II and the Cold War. The museum also houses many unique vehicles, such as the Panzer VIII Maus (a German super heavy tank), Troyanov super-heavy tank (Obyekt 279) and a Karl-Gerät alongside single production prototypes from the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. The museum