Articles in U.S. Manufacturing

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

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

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

Manufacturing making a comeback in Racine County, Wisconsin

by SCOTT ANDERSON on

Manufacturing in Racine County appears to be making a comeback.The number of manufacturing jobs in the county increased by 15.2 percent between 2010 and 2014, according to labor statistics provided by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Develop... Read full article

S.C. Manufacturing Conference offers look at future, heritage

by By WSPA on

The two-day S.C. Manufacturing Conference and Expo starting Tuesday at TD Convention Center includes an Advanced Manufacturing Job Fair that is free and open to job seekers Tuesday. ... Read full article

$2.4M advanced manufacturing school opens in Burnsville

by Mike Cronin (Photo: Beth Morris/Mayland Community College/Special to the Citizen-Times) on

Students will learn engineering skills that will help address regional and national shortages... Read full article

Manufacturers hope to enlist young adults

by Joshua Silavent (Photo Credit: ERIN O. SMITH/The Times) on

Arielle Holland, 18, a Johnson High School senior, heat shrinks over connectors on 26A thermostats Thursday at Baldor Electric. The Chamber of Commerce launched a new workforce development program, which seeks to get high school students interested i... Read full article

Manufacturing technology startup SoftWear Automation expands

by Urvaksh Karkaria (Image Credit: Joann Vitelli) on

Manufacturing technology startup SoftWear Automation is leaving Tech Square for roomier digs.... Read full article

Area manufacturers in need of smart, skilled workers woo high schoolers at Montco fair

by Michaelle Bond (Image Credit: JEFF FUSCO/For the Inquirer) on

Justin Miniello, a student at North Montco Technical Career Center, works on an automated manufacturing machine prototype at the second ManuFest at Souderton High School on March 28, 2015. (JEFF FUSCO/For the Inquirer)... Read full article

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