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Monthly Archives: April 2012
By Michael Brush, MSN Money Forget the doomsayers; US manufacturing is bouncing back. Here’s a look at 10 companies, from giant GE to a small candle-maker, expanding in the US and even bringing jobs back from overseas.
By: Dee-Ann Durbin and Tom Krisher, Associated Press DETROIT—For the first time in more than 20 years, U.S. automakers are questioning a pillar of manufacturing: The practice of bringing parts to assembly lines right before they’re used.
By: Parija Kavilanz, CNNMoney Chinese conglomerates, on a mission to expand their global footprint and avoid “anti-dumping” tariffs, are shifting more of their production to America.
By: Nick Zieminski, Reuters Big U.S. manufacturers are much more likely than their smaller peers to move production to the United States from China, according to a survey.
Manufacturers Urge Approval of Keystone XL Pipeline Legislation–New Source of Affordable Energy Will Create Jobs and Help Lower Energy Costs
By: National Association of Manufacturers Washington, D.C., National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Senior Vice President for Policy and Government Relations Aric Newhouse issued the following statement urging members of the House of Representatives to support H.R. 4340, which would require … Continue reading
By: Paul Davidson, USA TODAY The economic recovery has been driven by a manufacturing revival the past two years. But the strength of that revival could be threatened by the challenges facing a small and beleaguered sector of manufacturing that … Continue reading
By: Associated Press WASHINGTON – U.S. factory production fell in March after companies made fewer electronic products, steel and other metals. But the decline followed three months of strong manufacturing gains.
By Adam Belz, USA TODAY BURLINGTON, Iowa–Like many American cities, big factories define Burlington. For nearly 50 years, giant companies paid thousands of workers here good wages to build sparkplugs, backhoes, batteries and bombs.
By: David Blanchard, Industry Week One of the key leading indicators of economic growth is activity at the major U.S. ports. While the amount of goods imported into the U.S. only tells part of the story (goods exported gives a … Continue reading
By: Mike Schmidt, Manufacturing Business Technology Another month meant another encouraging Manufacturing ISM Report on Business.