Walmart Announces Plan to Renew US Manufacturing

An unlikely company is taking action to strengthen the U.S. manufacturing industry. Earlier this month, Walmart — the world’s largest company by annual revenue — announced plans to spur growth in the U.S. manufacturing industry. The plan proposes 10 policy … Read More

What is a Quick Coupler?

Also known as a quick hitch, a quick coupler is a heavy-duty industrial component that allows for the fast and efficient changing of buckets and attachments on industrial machines. Without a quick coupler, workers are required to manually drive out … Read More

Get to Know the Various Fastener Materials

At OneMonroe, we know that the world couldn’t exist without fasteners. So, let’s get to know the various fastener materials. It’s really amazing how fasteners can do so many different things depending on what they are made out of and … Read More

President Trump Begins ‘Made in America’ Week

President Trump is taking steps to improve the nation’s manufacturing sector by launching a “Made in America” week. When speaking to the press at a White House event, President Trump said he wants to create and grow more made-in-America products. … Read More

What is Microfabrication?

When you think of manufacturing, you probably envision automotive factories churning out large ready-to-drive vehicles. While this is certainly a segment of the manufacturing industry, there are other processes performed on a much smaller level. Microfabrication, for instance, refers specifically … Read More

Infographic Reveals Top US Manufacturing Focus by State

Manufacturing is one of the most important sectors in the United States. As of March 2017, more than 12.4 million people work in the manufacturing industry, which is responsible for generating some $1.9 trillion in gross domestic product (GDP). But … Read More

Vice President Mike Pence Says ‘American Manufacturing is Back’

United States Vice President Mice Pence recently published an article on the in which declared that “American Manufacturing is Back.” It’s no secret that the American manufacturing industry has been on the decline in recent years. After World War … Read More