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Wahpeton company to start making unmanned aircraft, the first in North Dakota

BISMARCK - ComDel Innovation in Wahpeton, N.D., has started partnership to build unmanned aircraft, the first in North Dakota, Gov. Jack Dalrymple announced today.

BISMARCK – ComDel Innovation in Wahpeton, N.D., has started partnership to build unmanned aircraft, the first in North Dakota, Gov. Jack Dalrymple announced today.

The other partner is Altavian, based in Gainesville, Fla., manufactures unmanned aircraft for use in farming, analysis of infrastructure, natural resource management and conservation, the governor's office said.

ComDel estimates that it will employ an additional 10 to 20 workers, depending on sales. The company manufactures resin and metal components for industry.

Dalrymple said the state's status as one of six national test sites for unmanned aircraft is helping attract business.

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