Weekly Wrap Up For November 4, 2022

Anthony Nieves, Committee Chair for the Services ISM Report on Business® discusses the latest report.


October 2022 Manufacturing ISM® Report On Business®

Economic activity in the manufacturing sector grew in October, with the overall economy achieving a 29th consecutive month of growth, say the nation’s supply executives in the latest Manufacturing ISM® Report On Business®. (Read More)

 


U.S. ManufacturingEnphase Planning up to Six New Factory Lines in the U.S.

US microinverter manufacturer Enphase has plans to establish four to six new manufacturing lines in the US by mid-2023 as it seeks to take advantage of manufacturing production tax credits contained in the Inflation Reduction Act. (Read More)

 


FoxconnEV Charging Firm Wallbox Opens First U.S. Manufacturing Facility

Electric vehicle charging technology company Wallbox has opened the doors to its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Arlington, Texas. Adding to its other manufacturing operations in Europe and China, the Barcelona-based company said the new North Texas facility will begin pumping out more than 250,000 charging units this year. The facility will create hundreds of jobs as it ramps up production in the future, Wallbox added. (Read More)


Bed and Breakfasts offer an attractive alternative to bland hotels when traveling for business. Host Lydia Di Liello welcomes sister-in-law Laura Di Liello to the show today to discuss the ins and outs of running an inn and how staying at an inn can help you return home less stressed. Laura started her career as an electrical engineer in the automotive industry. Her experience traveling around the world and staying in countless hotels led her and her husband (also an electrical engineer) to leave corporate culture behind to run an 18-room inn in Pennsylvania. Laura details how to choose the right location, how to tell the good from the not-so-good, and how to get the most out of your stay.

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