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When Hurricane Sandy knocked out his electricity in November, chief executive Jon Prusmack used a generator to keep the lights and computers running in his offices at DHS Systems, an Orangeburg company that manufacturers field shelters for the military. But work on his 120,000-square-foot assembly floor ground to a halt.
"We lost production for a week here. We had no power because we can't...