Articles in U.S. Manufacturing

10 Shutter Types That Can Enhance the Complete Look of Your Home

by Decorative Shutters on

Clerestory in your living room, café style shutters in your kitchen, vinyl in your bathroom – today’s window shutters are very important for every single room in your home. ... Read full article

5 Things You Should Remember When are Shopping For Bathroom Furniture

by Eviva on

Most bathrooms can't fit all of the furniture you might want, so before you head out shopping, make a proper check that will fit in your bath space. ... Read full article

Alcoa Announces $1B Fastener Deal With Airbus

by The Associated Press on

Metals maker Alcoa, which said last week it will split itself into two companies, on Monday announced a $1 billion contract with aircraft maker Airbus.... Read full article

Congress plans no votes on Export-Import Bank as authorization set to run out

by Jim Spencer Star Tribune (Photo: Phoenix Solutions Co.) on

No vote has been scheduled to save the 80-year-old bank, which supporters say helps businesses large and small sell abroad.... Read full article

US manufacturing: What does the future hold?

by Jack Garland & Kim Gittleson on

Will the future of manufacturing involve increasingly sophisticated robotics and virtual reality machines?... Read full article

Ford Caps Giant China Manufacturing Initiative

by Bill Visnic on

Ford Motor (F) pushes the start button today on an all-new engine plant in China’s Jiangxi province, finishing off an wide-ranging manufacturing expansion the company said was its most ambitious in the last half-century.... Read full article

Illinois manufacturing coasting on fumes

by PG Veer (ShutterStock Image) on

Once an industrial powerhouse, Illinois is economically draining its population, most notably in the manufacturing sector.... Read full article

Tuesday's letters: Trade measure supports Florida manufacturing

by Trade Promotion Authority on

If Florida were a country, its $800 billion economy would make it the 19th largest economy in the world. Our state is poised to play a huge role in the global marketplace.... Read full article

Can manufacturing lead the way to a sustainable future?

by Jean Rogers (Photo Credit: Shutterstock - Maxene Huiyu) on

At least since 1798, when Thomas Malthus identified exponential population growth as a harbinger of humanity’s doom, the concept of sustainability often has been associated with apocalyptic rhetoric. In recent years, however, business leaders and inv... Read full article

New technology + old manufacturing = smart markers

by By Judy Newman | Wisconsin State Journal on

Smart markers could soon help forest rangers in national parks find lost hikers, or they could give engineers data on bridge corrosion.They could offer tourists more details about historic sites, or show construction crews what types of...... Read full article

 
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