From Oct. 24-26, the South’s manufacturing industry participated in the region’s largest biannual manufacturing event when SOUTHTEC 2023 returned to the Greenville Convention Center.
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Former South Carolina Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt often said, “We make things in South Carolina.”
The manufacturing sector within the southern United States is expanding, especially in South Carolina, where the automotive industry in particular is growing rapidly.
It has been a year since Wake Technical Community College dedicated the $42 million Hendrick Center for Automotive Excellence in north Wake County. Since then, Wake Tech has tripled the number
For 2017, there will be even more opportunities for attendees to explore groundbreaking manufacturing technologies, software and services.
The share of women working in the manufacturing industry is at its highest point since April 2009.
Manufacturing is one of the most important drivers of economic growth; it’s the stimulus for everything from trade, services and jobs.
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.
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
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.