Weekly Wrap Up for September 23rd, 2022

 Dr. Chris Kuehl talks candidly about world events and their economic impact on business and industry from his perspective at Armada Corporate Intelligence. Corning to Build New Facility in Arizona This past Tuesday, fiber optics manufacturer Corning announced their latest plans to build a new fiber optics cable facility in Gilbert, Arizona. The facility …

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Reshoring Guides Record-Setting Pace for Job Creation

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The following article was originally published by American Machinist. To watch Harry Moser’s podcast “Moser On Manufacturing”, Click Here The Reshoring Initiative predicts manufacturers’ need to solve supply-chain gaps and gain autonomy over their production processes will result in 350,000 domestic jobs created during 2022. The Reshoring Initiative forecasts that 350,000 new U.S. jobs will …

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Corning to Build New Facility in Arizona

This past Tuesday, fiber optics manufacturer Corning announced their latest plans to build a new fiber optics cable facility in Gilbert, Arizona. The facility is expected to create around 250 new jobs by opening in 2024. The announcement comes as the Biden administration is set to begin its large-scale internet funding program. $42 billion in …

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August 2022 Manufacturing ISM® Report On Business®

March 2022 Manufacturing ISM Report On Business

Manufacturing PMI® at 52.8% New Orders and Employment Expanding Production and Backlogs Growing Supplier Deliveries Slowing at a Slower Rate Raw Materials Inventories Growing; Customers’ Inventories Too Low Prices Increasing at a Slower Rate; Exports Contracting; Imports Growing (Tempe, Arizona) — Economic activity in the manufacturing sector grew in August, with the overall economy achieving …

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Weekly Wrap Up For September 2nd, 2022

 Jim Orrico, Founder and President of Dream to Product discusses how his company helps move a product concept into the real world through engineering design and manufacturing processes for companies that need to outsource R&D. Manufacturers Increasingly Reduce Risk with HR Outsourcing and Bring Back Baby Boomers to the Workforce Federal, state, and local …

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U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Apprenticeship Building America Program, $113m In Available Funds To Strengthen, Modernize Registered Apprenticeships

The following article was published in this month’s issue of Manufacturing Outlook Digital Magazine. For a limited time, we’re offering Manufacturing Talk Radio listeners a FREE subscription. Visit Manufacturingoutlook.com to subscribe today! Up to $50M designated for equity partnerships, pre-apprenticeship activities. The U.S. Department of Labor announced a grant program to strengthen, modernize, expand and diversify …

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Manufacturers Increasingly Reduce Risk with HR Outsourcing and Bring Back Baby Boomers to the Workforce

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The following article was published in this month’s issue of Manufacturing Outlook Digital Magazine. For a limited time, we’re offering Manufacturing Talk Radio listeners a FREE subscription. Visit Manufacturingoutlook.com to subscribe today! by TR Cutler Federal, state, and local regulations are complex, numerous, and ever-changing. Industrial HR managers have regularly expressed the near impossibility of …

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Weekly Wrap Up For August 26th, 2022

 The United States has an approximately $800 billion goods trade deficit. This equals about 40% of actual U.S. manufacturing output. The future state of U.S. manufacturing depends substantially on our success in reducing, rather than further increasing this deficit. Asia Outlook: Part Two Last month we focused on some key facts, figures, and acronyms …

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What To Do About Supply Chain Disruption?

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The following article was published in this month’s issue of Manufacturing Outlook Digital Magazine. For a limited time, we’re offering Manufacturing Talk Radio listeners a FREE subscription. Visit Manufacturingoutlook.com to subscribe today! by Chris Kuehl It was just a few years ago that Just-In-Time (JIT) was all the rage. One could not open a business …

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