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Shipping & Receiving Operator

Reports To: Shift Supervisor

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

Pay Range: $17-$20/hr, DOE DOQ

Summary

Responsible for the safe operation of all equipment in the shipping and receiving areas including weighing systems, loading and unloading equipment. Operators will receive dried distillers grains by rail and truck and ship NovaMeal and NovaOil on trucks and railcars. The team member in this position is responsible for understanding and executing standard operating procedures and is expected to ensure proper response during normal and abnormal operating situations. Additionally, operators are responsible for communicating process events to both supervisors and on-coming shift team members. Novita Nutrition operates on a 24-hour continuous schedule. Team member will work rotating 12 hour shifts and must be able to meet call-in requirements as needed. This position is located at the Novita Aurora plant facility located 2 miles east of Brookings, South Dakota. job application

Responsibilities & Experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Plant Operations

Ability to learn and operate the Distributed Control System (DCS) and other processes associated with the plant operations,

Understand and follow plant operating procedures for the shipping and receiving areas which includes rail car movement and bulk storage operations,

Operate machinery which will include, but is not limited to a front end loader, skid steer, forklift, man lift and rail car mover,

Maintain a clean facility and follow the sanitation schedule completing all tasks as assigned,

Provide a high level of customer service and maintain a professional presence at all times,

Assure timely and accurate daily documentation of all shipping and receiving information is completed and sample results are documented,

Attend and participate in shift exchange meetings at beginning and end of shift with oncoming/outgoing team members of the previous shift events and current process status

Provide knowledge sharing and training with other team members

Perform lockout tag out for permitted work including confined space entries and equipment maintenance and cleaning,

Team member can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate and thorough manner and is conscientious about assignments.

Environmental, Health & Safety

Participate in all health, safety and environmental programs; maintain self-awareness on safety issues and requirements and report any safety concerns immediately to the EH&S department,

Responsible for notifying management team of environmental, quality and production concerns, problems and opportunities,

Perform all tasks associated with Feed Safety/Quality, assigned or as needed, to meet internal and external requirements relating to the production of safe, quality feed products.

Maintenance

Assist the maintenance department with routine tasks such as completing equipment lubrication PMs, assembling and disassembling equipment,

Learn and utilize CMMS (Centralized Maintenance Management System) to create work requests,

Troubleshoot and diagnose equipment inconsistencies and failures.

 

Education and Pertinent/Proven Experience
The minimum requirements for education and experience are listed below. Consideration will be given to individuals with an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent required; with an Associate’s degree or higher education preferred. Experience working in a production plant environment is preferred.

Communications: Strong written and verbal skills are important along with the ability to work well in a team.

Organizational Skills: Skill and experience to establish and maintain inventory tracking systems that are acceptable to management and regulatory agencies. Strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills are required.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be proficient with spreadsheet software and have a basic knowledge of word processing software and email.

Certificates and Licenses: None.

 

Work Environment / Physical Requirements
This position operates in a process plant environment with strict safety, regulatory and conduct standards. The individual may be exposed to noise, heat and other elements in outdoor and indoor environments. While performing duties of this position, the individual may be exposed to moving, mechanical parts, dusty conditions, high noise levels and chemicals. Specific physical requirements include:

• Occasionally working in confined spaces,
• Wearing proper respiratory protection,
• Occasionally lifting weight up to 50#,
• Climbing several flights of stairs and ladders,
• Bending, twisting and turning while lifting weights up to 50#,
• Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time,
• Working at heights and temperatures from -20 to 100+ degrees,
• Standing for extended periods of time,
• Working on elevated platforms and surfaces.

Qualified candidates please fill out the job application and return to us.
Email or Phone: (605) 610-1026

Maintenance Planner

Reports To: Maintenance Manager

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

Pay Range: DOE, DOQ

Summary

Maintenance Planner will create maintenance job plans, manage inventory and relational ties to equipment, order materials and manage implementation of mechanical integrity program via computerized maintenance management system and provide general maintenance support. This position is a Mon-Fri day shift and located at the Novita Aurora facility, 2 miles east of Brookings, SD.. job application

Responsibilities & Experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Plant Operations

PLANNING ACTIVITIES:
• Responsible for job plans/tasks in CMMS database,
• Develop and communicate work scope for planned corrective and preventative maintenance tasks that involve multi-crafts,
• Work with Maintenance Supervisor to identify contract support as needed to complete planned corrective and preventative maintenance tasks,
• Identify vendor resources and delivery capabilities for parts and materials,
• Ensure that PM’s are issued, tracked and completed per compliance requirements,
• Develop, maintain and publish reports for planning and scheduling activities,
• Manage warehouse inventory levels for optimal plant reliability and cost.
• Ensure compliance to applicable SOP’s,
• Provide daily procurement support of parts and supplies for maintenance and production customers where applicable.

SCHEDULING ACTIVITIES:
• Schedule and coordinate maintenance activities between manufacturing operations, maintenance and contract personnel,
• Maintain and publish maintenance schedule according to priority and resource availability,
• Arrange for and schedule contract support as needed to complete corrective and preventative tasks,
• Orchestrate scheduling meetings for manufacturing operations and maintenance resource coordination.

MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES:
• Perform general maintenance activities as needed to support corrective and preventive requirements.

Environmental, Health & Safety
• Participate in all health, safety and environmental programs; maintain self-awareness on safety issues and requirements and report any safety concerns immediately to the EH&S department, Responsible for notifying management team of environmental, quality and production concerns, problems and opportunities,
• Perform all tasks associated with Feed Safety/Quality, assigned or as needed, to meet internal and external requirements relating to the production of safe, quality feed products.

Other Required Activities
• Maintain supplier data base with vendor data and best sources for pricing and/or delivery,
• Assist with resolving invoicing issues with Accounts Payable when appropriate,
• Recognize, develop, and implement opportunities for cost and risk reduction; improved methods, identifying adverse trends, etc.
• Adheres to all applicable procedures, company policies and any other quality or regulatory requirements,
• All other duties as assigned.

Education and Pertinent/Proven Experience
The minimum requirements for education and experience are listed below. Consideration will be given to individuals with an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education: Technical degree in an associated field such as engineering, agriculture or mechanics, with 2-5 years of experience in maintenance environment.

Communications: Strong written and verbal presentation capabilities, with the ability to communicate effectively with vendors, customer, clients and plant personnel.

Organizational Skills: High level skill and experience to establish and maintain inventory and maintenance tracking systems that exceed expectations of management and regulatory agencies.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must have expertise and proficiency with spreadsheet software and basic knowledge of word processing software plus experience both researching issues and accessing information on the Internet. Experience with CMMS system is a plus.

Certificates and Licenses: None.

 

Work Environment / Physical Requirements
This position operates in a process plant environment with strict safety, regulatory and conduct standards. The individual may be exposed to noise, heat and other elements in outdoor and indoor environments. While performing duties of this position, the individual may be exposed to moving, mechanical parts, dusty conditions, high noise levels and chemicals. Specific physical requirements include:

• Occasionally working in confined spaces,
• Wearing proper respiratory protection,
• Occasionally lifting weight up to 50#,
• Climbing several flights of stairs and ladders,
• Bending, twisting and turning while lifting weights up to 50#,
• Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time,
• Working at heights and temperatures from -20 to 100+ degrees,
• Standing for extended periods of time,
• Working on elevated platforms and surfaces.

Qualified candidates please fill out the job application and return to us.
Email or Phone: (605) 610-1026

Plant Engineer

Reports To: Plant Manager

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Pay Range: DOE, DOQ

Summary

Work closely with Operations Team to optimize product quality, production rates, yield and plant efficiency; implement capital projects and own Process Safety Management Program. job application

Responsibilities & Experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Facility Engineering and Construction

  • Manage and coordinate contracted work to implement Capital Projects as necessary. This includes safe work, quality of installed product, adherence to engineering specifications and engineering input to design issues.
  • Complete assigned pre-startup plan actions, including developing Process Safety Management Program and documentation, supporting regulatory program and commissioning / startup plan development.
  • Develop and oversee Performance Test plan, including environmental documentation and testing requirements.
  • Coordinate with production staff for requiring any facility outage or extra operations staffing to complete project and implement.
  • Develop scope of work and budget through phase implementation project development process.
  • Identify facility projects to increase efficiencies, improve safety, decrease working capital costs, and improve yields.

Plant Operations

  • Perform all job duties and challenge others to perform in a safe manner, comply with all regulatory requirements and continually challenge performance to get to the next level for long term profitability of the business.
  • Facility Optimization by working with the Operations Team to optimize plant operations using historical data, determining operating parameters/procedures and operator knowledge.
  • Identify bottlenecking areas throughout plant, devise a solution to the bottleneck and implement.
  • Focus on oil yields, shrink, energy efficiencies and product loss improvements through using a systematic means of approach method.
  • Be the Subject Matter Expert on the plant process controls system – modifying control logic, tuning loops, utilizing advanced process control functions, developing reports, trends, and graphics to support operational needs.
  • Recommend technology improvements and develop scope / payback for said recommendations.
  • Lead Process Improvement Projects through means of Continuous Improvement Methods.
  • Balance safe operations, product quality, production rates, yields and efficiencies.
  • Lead site’s OSHA’s Process Safety Management Program.
  • Support troubleshooting efforts for production issues.
  • Backfill manager roles at times due to workload, absences, and vacations.
  • Own Process Safety Management Program by ensuring facility is adhering to all 14 elements of the PSM program.
  • Support plant shutdown planning processes and work execution assignments.
  • Participate in off-hours on-call program thru scheduled rotational assignments.

Education and Pertinent/Proven Experience
The minimum requirements for education and experience are listed below. Consideration will be given to individuals with an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering and 3-7 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience in hexane extraction process plant required.

Communications: Strong written and verbal presentation capabilities, with the ability to make presentations to Board of Directors, Senior Management, investors, lenders, producers, customers, and other groups including plant tours.

Organizational Skills: Skill and experience to establish and maintain inventory tracking systems that are acceptable to management and regulatory agencies.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must have expertise and proficiency with spreadsheet software and basic knowledge of word processing software plus experience both researching issues and accessing information on the Internet. Specific knowledge of grain management software and systems is desirable.

Certificates and Licenses: None.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Carries out supervisory responsibilities within the operations area as assigned in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  Participate with interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; and addressing complaints and resolving problems.

 

Work Environment / Physical Requirements
This position operates in a process plant environment with strict safety, regulatory and conduct standards. The individual may be exposed to noise, heat and other elements in outdoor and indoor environments. While performing duties of this position, the individual may be exposed to moving, mechanical parts, dusty conditions, high noise levels and chemicals. Specific physical requirements include:

• Occasionally working in confined spaces,
• Wearing proper respiratory protection,
• Occasionally lifting weight up to 50#,
• Climbing several flights of stairs and ladders,
• Bending, twisting and turning while lifting weights up to 50#,
• Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time,
• Viewing and working on a computer for periods of time,
• Working at heights and temperatures from -20 to 100+ degrees,
• Standing for extended periods of time,
• Working on elevated platforms and surfaces.

Qualified candidates please fill out the job application and return to us.
Email or Phone: (605) 610-1026

Plant Manager

Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Pay Range: DOE, DOQ

Summary

The Plant Manager must be an accomplished leader with proven ability to overcome challenges and improve operational performance. This position is responsible for leading the plant team to optimize product quality, production rates, yield and plant efficiency while meeting safety, environmental, regulatory and financial goals. This position is located at the Novita Aurora plant (2 miles east of Brookings, South Dakota) and will require some travel between locations as well as limited out-of-town travel. job application

Responsibilities & Experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Perform all job duties and challenge others to perform in a safe manner,
  • Comply with all regulatory requirements,
  • Continually challenge performance to get to the next level for long term profitability of the business,
  • Lead plant team to meet or exceed goals and targets in areas of safety, production rates, yields, quality, efficiencies and cost,
  • Balance safe operations, product quality, production rates, yields and efficiencies,
  • Support troubleshooting efforts for production issues,
  • Meet Operating Budget by managing expenses,
  • Participate in annual capital and operating budget planning and development,
  • Oversee EHS functions, placing personnel and industrial safety ahead of all else, ensuring regulatory compliance,
  • Oversee production operations, ensuring alignment for plan with sales projections, optimize plant operations using historical data, determining operating parameters/procedures and operator knowledge,
  • Oversee maintenance activities, ensuring plant team performs requirements of maintenance program in its scope of duties,
  • Oversee Plant Engineering functions including plant optimization, PSM compliance and capital project process,
  • Oversee laboratory operations to meet safety, environmental, regulatory and product quality assurance requirements,
  • Utilize effective laboratory process monitoring to supplement instrumentation in the process to achieve optimal results,
  • Identify problems before failure, interface with CMMS for proper recording and identification of corrective measures,
  • Resolve any repeat or significant failures thru root cause failure analysis,
  • Lead plant shutdown planning processes and work execution assignments,
  • Participate in off-hours on-call program thru scheduled rotational assignments,
  • Develop key leaders across plant positions.

 

Education and Pertinent/Proven Experience
The minimum requirements for education and experience are listed below. Consideration will be given to individuals with an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering is preferred with a minimum of 7 years’ related experience in supervisory and management positions. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Experience in hexane extraction process plant is preferred.

Communications: Strong written and verbal presentation capabilities are a must. This position will be expected to make presentations to Board of Directors, Senior Management, investors, lenders, producers, customers or other groups including plant tours.

Organizational Skills: Skill and experience to establish and maintain inventory tracking systems that are acceptable to management and regulatory agencies.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must have expertise and proficiency with spreadsheet software and basic knowledge of word processing software plus experience both researching issues and accessing information on the Internet. Specific knowledge of grain management software and systems is desirable.

Certificates and Licenses: A valid driver’s license and favorable driving record are required for this position.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Carries out supervisory responsibilities within the plant operations area as assigned in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Participate with interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; and addressing complaints and resolving problems.

 

Work Environment / Physical Requirements
This position operates in a process plant environment with strict safety, regulatory and conduct standards. The individual may be exposed to noise, heat and other elements in outdoor and indoor environments. While performing duties of this position, the individual may be exposed to moving, mechanical parts, dusty conditions, high noise levels and chemicals. Specific physical requirements include:

• Occasionally working in confined spaces,
• Wearing proper respiratory protection,
• Occasionally lifting weight up to 50#,
• Climbing several flights of stairs and ladders,
• Bending, twisting and turning while lifting weights up to 50#,
• Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time,
• Viewing and working on a computer for periods of time,
• Working at heights and temperatures from -20 to 100+ degrees,
• Standing for extended periods of time,
• Working on elevated platforms and surfaces.

Qualified candidates please fill out the job application and return to us.
Email or Phone: (605) 610-1026

Sales Coordinator

Reports To: VP of Sales & Merchandising

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

Pay Range: DOE DOQ

Summary

The Sales Coordinator is responsible for all the outbound product transportation movements including cost, freight rate negotiations, managing inventories, scheduling, and developing a communication plan to production while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company. This position is based in Brookings, South Dakota. job application

Responsibilities & Experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Product Movements

NovaOil – coordinate with sales group and truckers or railroad the shipment schedule, tracking, billing of railcars and transaction verification to meet production schedule and inventory targets.

NovaMeal – coordinate with marketing group, truckers and railroad the shipment schedule and tracking, billing of railcars and trucks.

Sales Support

  • Ensure new customers are properly documented and entered in accordance with Novita policies.
  • Enter contracts into Great Plains for sales staff.
  • Point of contact for all customers regarding scheduling.
  • Send daily pricing sheets to key customer accounts.
  • Monitor daily prices sold and report discrepancies to management.
  • Coordinate loading of customer product with production and accounting staff.
  • Monitor Novita receivables.
  • Ability to initiate sales of NovaMeal and NovaOil.
  • Update sales reporting and KPI Publications.

Transportation Cost

  • Negotiate and optimize truck rate and truck transportation expenses.
  • Own all reconciliation on damaged cars.
  • Review and assist in managing leased car fleet.
  • Daily rail car reviews to ensure fleet velocity meets expectations.
  • Ensure plans account for optimum demurrage costs, enforcing demurrage per policy.
  • Review all freight payments for accuracy and completeness, address discrepancies quickly.
  • Calculate truck and rail freight rates quickly to support sales staff.
  • Work with procurement coordinator to optimize truck freight backhaul opportunities.

Plan Development

  • Daily – communicate via written plan needs for next day’s shipment schedule.
  • Weekly – communicate via written plan next week’s shipment schedule.
  • Coordinate monthly sales forecast.
  • Update daily management report with transactions.

Outbound Disposition for NovaMeal and NovaOil

  • Manage schedule through load number assignments and scheduling trucks.
  • Coordinate with plant all shipment related plans and concerns.

Trucking Firm Relationship

  • Single point contact for outbound railroads and trucking firms.
  • Develop relationships with key trucking firms, negotiating rate structures and priority movements.

Qualifications and Competencies: Following are multiple criteria essential to meeting the requirements of the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and Pertinent/Proven Experience
The minimum requirements for education and experience are listed below. Consideration will be given to individuals with an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education & Experience:

  • Associates degree from two-year college in a related technical field,
  • 5-10 years of experience in an agriculture related industry,
  • Solid understanding of transportation industry,
  • Sales experience a plus,
  • Logistics/transportation experience preferred.

Supervisory Responsibilities: This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Communications: Strong written and verbal skills are important along with the ability to work well in a team.  A strong customer service focus is required.

Organizational Skills: Skill and experience to identify, track communications, and execute logistics opportunities. Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills are required.  Detail oriented and attention to detail are a must.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must have expertise and proficiency with basic office computer software, e.g., word processing, email, and spreadsheets.

Certificates and Licenses: A valid driver’s license and favorable driving record are required for this position.

Management Skills:

  • Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner,
  • Gathers and analyzes information skillfully, developing alternative solutions when appropriate,
  • Coordinates project plans, communicating changes and progress,
  • Displays orientation to profitability, working within approved budget, and developing and implementing cost-saving measures,
  • Aligns work with strategic goals,
  • Displays willingness to make decisions, exhibiting sound and accurate judgment, while supporting and explaining reasoning behind decisions,
  • Includes appropriate people in decision-making process,
  • Makes timely decisions.

Work Environment / Physical Requirements
This position generally operates in an office environment, with occasional exposure to the process plant environment which may include exposure to noise, heat, and other indoor and outdoor environments. Physical requirements include:

  • Sitting and working at a desk for extended periods of time,
  • Viewing and working on a computer for long periods of time,
  • Occasionally lifting up to 20#,
  • Occasionally bending, twisting, and turning while lifting weights up to 20#,
  • Occasionally climbing several flights of stairs and ladders,
  • Occasionally standing for extended periods of time.

Qualified candidates please fill out the job application and return to us.
Email or Phone: (605) 610-1026

Process Operator

Reports To: Shift Supervisor

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

Pay Range: $20-$24/hr, DOE DOQ

Summary

Responsible for the safe operation of all plant processing equipment including boilers, solvent extraction and pelleting operations. Operators are required to maintain knowledge of the process flow, computerized equipment and be aware of hazards associated with the process. The team member in this position is responsible for understanding and executing standard operating procedures and is expected to ensure proper response during normal and abnormal operating situations. Additionally, operators are responsible for communicating process events to both supervisors and on-coming shift team members. Novita Nutrition operates on a 24-hour continuous schedule. Team member will work rotating 12 hour shifts and must be able to meet call-in requirements as needed. This position is located at the Novita Aurora plant facility located 2 miles east of Brookings, South Dakota. job application

Responsibilities & Experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Plant Operations

Ability to learn and operate the Distributed Control System (DCS) and other processes associated with the plant operations,

Understand and follow plant operating procedures for start-up, shut-down, temporary and emergency operations

Utilize process data, trend analysis and training to monitor, troubleshoot and respond to process conditions to optimize plant operation,

Collect and test samples on all designated product streams and take action based on results when required,

Assure timely and accurate daily documentation of all process information is completed and sample results are documented,

May load and unload bulk chemical trucks while maintaining a high level of safety and customer service,

Attend and participate in shift exchange meetings at beginning and end of shift with oncoming/outgoing team members of the previous shift events and current process status,

Maintain a clean facility and follow the sanitation schedule completing all tasks as assigned,

Provide knowledge sharing and training with other team members,

Perform lockout tag out for permitted work including confined space entries and equipment maintenance and cleaning,

Operate machinery which will include, but is not limited to a front end loader, skid steer, forklift and man lift,

Complete work in a timely, accurate and thorough manner and is conscientious about assignments,

Provide a high level of customer service and maintain a professional presence at all times.

Environmental, Health & Safety

Participate in all health, safety and environmental programs; maintain self-awareness on safety issues and requirements and report any safety concerns immediately to the EH&S department,

Responsible for notifying management team of environmental, quality and production concerns, problems and opportunities,

Perform all tasks associated with Feed Safety/Quality, assigned or as needed, to meet internal and external requirements relating to the production of safe, quality feed products.

Maintenance

Assist the maintenance department with routine tasks such as completing equipment lubrication PMs, assembling and disassembling equipment,

Learn and utilize CMMS (Centralized Maintenance Management System) to create work requests,

Troubleshoot and diagnose equipment inconsistencies and failures.

 

Education and Pertinent/Proven Experience
The minimum requirements for education and experience are listed below. Consideration will be given to individuals with an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent required, with an Associate’s degree or higher education preferred. Experience working in a production plant environment required, with previous experience working in a solvent extraction plant preferred.

Communications: Strong written and verbal skills are important along with the ability to work well in a team.

Organizational Skills: Skill and experience to establish and maintain inventory tracking systems that are acceptable to management and regulatory agencies. Strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills are required.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be proficient with spreadsheet software and have a basic knowledge of word processing software and email.

Certificates and Licenses: None.

 

Work Environment / Physical Requirements
This position operates in a process plant environment with strict safety, regulatory and conduct standards. The individual may be exposed to noise, heat and other elements in outdoor and indoor environments. While performing duties of this position, the individual may be exposed to moving, mechanical parts, dusty conditions, high noise levels and chemicals. Specific physical requirements include:

• Occasionally working in confined spaces,
• Wearing proper respiratory protection,
• Occasionally lifting weight up to 50#,
• Climbing several flights of stairs and ladders,
• Bending, twisting and turning while lifting weights up to 50#,
• Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time,
• Working at heights and temperatures from -20 to 100+ degrees,
• Standing for extended periods of time,
• Working on elevated platforms and surfaces.

Qualified candidates please fill out the job application and return to us.
Email or Phone: (605) 610-1026

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