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Monthly Archives: March 2012
By: Barbara Jorgensen, EBN US manufacturers are slightly more optimistic about their business in 2012 than they were a year ago, according to a recent survey of small and midsized manufacturing companies.
By: The Boston Consulting Group Improved U.S. competitiveness and rising costs in China will put the United States in a strong position by around 2015 to eventually add 2 million to 3 million jobs and an estimated $100 billion in … Continue reading
By: Industry Week Staff Manufacturing continues its forward growth, according to the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) U.S. Industrial Outlook report.
By: Theresa Seiger, Raycom News Network As the cost of labor and shipping goods from China grows, America could see the reversal of outsourcing trends with 2 to 3 million jobs coming to the U.S. as the manufacturing sector sees … Continue reading
By: Alliance for American Manufacturing Washington, DC. A group of 188 Senators and Members of Congress have sent a letter to President Obama expressing “serious concern” about China’s massive subsidies and policies to unfairly support its auto parts sector. The … Continue reading
As Told to Paula Kavilanz, CNN Money Keeping “Made in USA” alive and thriving has had its challenges. Here are six individuals — young Americans and factory veterans — who are committed to keeping that mission alive.
By: Daniel Wagner, AP Business Writer, Manufacturing.net U.S. factories stepped up production in February for the third straight month, helping the economy recover and driving the best job growth since the recession ended.
By: Bill Westwood, Korn/Ferry Leadership and Talent Consulting, Industry Week As the top presidential contenders tout the importance of manufacturing to U.S. economic vitality and articulate how they would prolong its resurgence, there are worrisome clouds on the horizon.
By: Pat McGibbon, AMT January U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $401.69 million according to AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology.
Laurie Sullivan, EBN US manufacturing grew more slowly in February. The Institute for Supply Management reported last week that the factory index fell to 52.4 from 54.1 in January. The good news is that manufacturing in the United States has expanded … Continue reading