Manufacturing Jobs for American Campaign

Senators Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and Chris Coons of Delaware has kicked off the Manufacturing Jobs for America campaign. As the name suggests, this campaign is intended to draw attention to our nation’s manufacturing industry, encouraging employers “reshore” their jobs … Read More

Monroe Engineering Announces Acquisition Of ECAS, Inc.

Auburn Hills, MI  — May 13, 2015 – Monroe Engineering LLC (“Monroe”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of ECAS, INC.  (“ECAS”).  The transaction is the fourth add-on acquisition for Monroe since June 2011.  Terms of the transaction were not … Read More

Colorado Paves Way For Renewable Wind Energy

There’s a growing trend in the United States towards the use of clean, renewable forms of energy. As more Americans become conscious of their impact on the environment, they look towards cleaner sources of energy. And according to a recent … Read More

Report: US Manufacturing Jobs Soar

It wasn’t long ago when 90% of the retail products you would find at the store were made overseas.  Of course, there was good reason for this: manufacturing products overseas was cheaper than manufacturing them here in the United States, … Read More

Gearing Up For Manufacturing Day 2015

In case you didn’t get the memo, Manufacturing Day 2015 is right around the corner. This annual event is used to create greater transparency in the manufacturing industry, with thousands of companies opening their doors to show the general public … Read More

Toyota To Spend $1b on North American Factory

Toyota has announced plans to invest more than $1 billion to build a new manufacturing factory in North America. The plant, which is expected to take several years to construct, will be located in Guanajuato, Central Mexico. The automaker says … Read More

President Obama Launches Textile Manufacturing Initiative

President Barack Obama announced earlier this month a half-a-billion-dollar investment to strengthen the American manufacturing industry. Specifically, the investment will focus on a new textiles-focused institute managed by the Department of Defense (DOD). While details of this initiative remain unknown … Read More

Crazy Ants Wrecking Havoc On Electronics

The crazy ant (Nylanderia fulva) is an invasive new species of insecticide-resistant ants with an attraction for electronics. While fire ants are troublesome enough, crazy ants really seem to have ecologist and environmental researchers worried. The Discovery of The Crazy … Read More

Volvo To Build US Manufacturing Factory

Volvo Cars announced this week plans to build an assembly plant here in the U.S. The Chinese-owned company said it will invest $500 million into the project, hoping to stimulates sales while creating more job opportunities for Americans. Car sales … Read More