By Jennifer R. JohnsonThe nail planters who supply nail polish and nail clippers have always had to be flexible, but the process of nail polish production and assembly is about to change.

A new, high-tech, fully automated nail assembly plant is set to open in Los Angeles, California, on Wednesday, July 16.

It will replace a local nail shop, which was closing for maintenance, and will employ about 5,000 people.

The new plant, which is expected to employ 1,000 workers and produce between $6 million and $7 million in revenue a year, will employ approximately 1,600 people.

That is an increase of approximately 300,000 jobs over the previous year.

This plant will be the largest nail plant in the world, but it will not be the first.

The industry has been booming for the last 15 years, and is expected continue to expand as the economy improves.

The United States is the largest producer of nail clippings worldwide, with more than 3.4 million products in use, according to the National Association of Confectioners and Tobaccos.

In the United States, nail products account for more than 80 percent of all product purchases.

The number of nail planers has skyrocketed in recent years, with a record 3.7 million planned in 2014, according the International Federation of the Nail Care Professionals.

More than 80,000 planers are planned in the United Kingdom, and more than 300,00 in Germany.

Nail planers work under the supervision of a nurse, and can work anywhere in the country.

The industry is growing in size and popularity, with the number of countries employing nail planer jobs increasing from five in the 1990s to nearly 300 today.

The nail industry employs some 2.7 billion people around the world.

According to the American Nail Association, nail planing is an increasingly popular occupation for women in the U.S., particularly those in the South.

According the Association for Women’s Business in Manufacturing, more than 75 percent of women in manufacturing are working part-time or part-year jobs.

More women are working in nail manufacturing jobs, including those who work part- time and part- year, than any other occupation.

According one industry report, the American Board of Health and Human Services estimates that more than 60 percent of U.P. employers require that workers be women, and that the average female employee earns $23,800 less than their male counterpart.

More than 2 million women work in nail design, and women in nail repair make up approximately 3.8 percent of the workforce, according National Nurses United.

Women make up 13 percent of workers in the nail industry.

In the United Nations, the Women, Action and the Economy Committee has called on all countries to make the nail shop a mandatory occupation, saying the industry has a long history of discrimination against women.