Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) is always looking for ways to improve its manufacturing processes while educating the workforce and becoming more proficient in repairing and modernizing our Navy’s
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How Manufacturing Can Still Attract a Workforce How Manufacturing Can Still Attract a Workforce Chad Moutray, Chief Economist at the National Association of Manufacturers, discusses how strong
Companies producing everything from steel to electric cars are planning and building new plants in Southwest states, far from historical hubs of American industry in the Midwest and Southeast.
Today, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $2.5 million grant to the Institute for Advanced Learning
The South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance has been working during the COVID-19 pandemic to help Palmetto State industries navigate issues including worker safety, lack of child care, supply chain
When the ergonomics team at General Motors decided to field test wearables to augment their plant workers’ physical abilities, they partnered with body mechanics experts who collect data in a
U.S. manufacturing is “stepping up” to produce medical products needed to treat cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the head of a major trade and lobbying group said today.
Manufacturing is one of the most important drivers of economic growth; it’s the stimulus for everything from trade, services and jobs.
Tractor and equipment manufacturer Kubota recently announced plans to build a new $85 million engineering and design center near its manufacturing plant in northern Georgia.
The share of women working in the manufacturing industry is at its highest point since April 2009.