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Manufacturing

By MMH Staff · October 6, 2017
Events to be scheduled throughout the month, so the remaining 249,185 manufacturing firms in the United States have time.
By MMH Staff · October 6, 2017
International Society of Automation Automation Federation draw attention to the growing need for skilled manufacturing workers
By MMH Staff · October 6, 2017
NAM president emphasizes future of manufacturing 'heavily depends on enacting bold tax reform.'
By MMH Staff · October 6, 2017
Event showcases Industry 4.0, the evolution of manufacturing and engineering, and workshops with 3-D printing, Bluetooth robots and virtual reality.
By MMH Staff · October 6, 2017
Filling the talent gap calls for collaboration with technical schools, recruiting diverse talent and partnering with apprenticeship programs.
By Rosemary Coates · October 5, 2017
Friday, Oct 6, is National Manufacturing Day, a chance to direct the nation's attention to manufacturers across America.
By MMH Staff · October 4, 2017
Private documentary screening to accompany resources including related classroom activities, comprehension quizzes, and other motivational videos to engage and inspire youth.
<p>Students from Oakland Schools’ Technical Campus in Royal Oak visit Madison Heights auto supplier Henkel North America during Manufacturing Day in Oakland County last October. Henkel provides adhesive, sealant and protective coating technologies to the auto industry.</p> By MMH Staff · October 4, 2017
Students will tour facilities and participate in interactive presentations of in-demand skills and advanced manufacturing jobs throughout Metro Detroit.
By MMH Staff · October 3, 2017
Phoenix and Columbus plants tout manufacturing in the USA.
By Jeff Berman · October 3, 2017
Manufacturing growth continued to hum along in September, according to the September edition of the monthly Manufacturing Report on Business issued by the Institute for Supply Management this week.
By Jeff Berman · October 3, 2017
The PMI index increased 2.0% to 60.8, the 13th straight month of growth.
By Jeff Berman · October 2, 2017
The PMI, the index used by the ISM to measure growth, increased 2.0% to 60.8 (a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth), with the PMI now having grown for 13 straight months and the overall economy up for the 100th consecutive month.
By MMH Staff · October 2, 2017
Regal joins thousands of companies opening their doors in observance of the sixth annual Manufacturing Day.
By Mark Dohnalek · September 27, 2017
The entire industry is facing a worker shortage with the rapid pace of baby boomer retirements
By MMH Staff · September 25, 2017
Campaign in response to significant increase in regulatory agency visits to manufacturing facilities across the U.S.

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