Weekly Wrap Up For November 18, 2022

 In this episode of Moser On Manufacturing, Harry stresses the importance of consumers communicating to retailers their desire to buy made-in-USA products and that retailers should make it easy to find those products on their shelves. Lew and Harry talk about what defines “made in America” when it comes to the parts used in …

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Weekly Wrap Up For November 11, 2022

 Mark Lilly, President and CEO of LillyWorks discusses how to improve manufacturing performance through the application of technology in the world of Industry 4.0, IIoT, Machine Learning, and AI.  Anthony Nieves, Committee Chair for the Services ISM Report on Business® discusses the latest report.  On this special live episode of Manufacturing Talk …

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New Survey Indicated Major Shift for U.S. Manufacturing

The past two years have been a turbulent time for American manufacturing. Now, with concerns over a recession looming, a new survey seems to indicate a major shift could already be taking place. SAP, a German-based software giant and the global leader in supply chain software with approximately 23% market share, surveyed 400 American companies …

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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)   …

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

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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 …

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

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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. The announcement was made as part of the California-headquartered company’s Q3 financial results, which also showed that Enphase shipped …

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October 2022 Manufacturing ISM® Report On Business®

Manufacturing PMI® at 50.2% New Orders Contracting Production Growing; Backlogs Contracting Supplier Deliveries Faster Raw Materials Inventories Growing; Customers’ Inventories Too Low Prices Decreasing; Exports Contracting; Imports Growing (Tempe, Arizona) — 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 …

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BorgWarner Looks to U.S. Manufacturing Expansion

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BorgWarner Inc. plans to expand its U.S. manufacturing footprint to handle its fast-growing electrification business, which is expected to generate about $4 billion by 2025. The company took in $292 million in net earnings in the third quarter of this year, more than double from the same period last year, while revenue grew nearly 20 …

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Weekly Wrap Up for October 28, 2022

 In this episode of Moser On manufacturing, Harry Moser and Lew Weiss discuss a variety of topics as they relate to reshoring including skilled labor and immigration, and how it relates to the challenge of growing the GDP. As Harry explains, in order to grow the GDP, you need to increase the workforce, production, …

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American Factories Stand Strong Amid Economic Woes

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Even as other industries struggle under the weight of rising interest rates, factories keep churning out products to meet consumer demands for cars, computers, and other in-demand products. Now, manufacturers are working to expand their capabilities, while at the same time struggling with supply and labor scarcities and looking to the near future, where some …

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