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  • How the Carrier Deal Could Affect US Manufacturing

    • December 7, 2016

    U.S. President elect Donald Trump is already causing controversy, nearly one month before he officially takes office. He recently announced a deal with Carrier Corp., keeping nearly 1,000 manufacturing jobs here in the U.S. Previously, Carrier had planned to move those jobs from Indiana to Mexico to cut labor costs and increase profits. After talking

  • US Manufacturing Output Increased in October

    • November 30, 2016

    October was a good month for the United States manufacturing industry. According to recent reports, the industry experienced positive output for the second month in October, signaling growth after a short but noticeable period of stagnant activity. Earlier this week, the Federal Reserve released its report on the U.S. manufacturing industry, revealing that factory production

  • 9 Things You Didn’t Know About US Manufacturing

    • November 23, 2016

    World’s Second Largest Manufacturer In terms of industrial output, the United States has the world’s second largest manufacturing industry. Statistics show that manufacturers produced $1,697.7 billion worth of goods in 2010. The only country that manufactures more products than the U.S. is China. Top 500 Manufacturing Companies Would Equal Third-Largest Economy Here’s another fun fact:

  • What is a Plastic Living Butt Hinge?

    What is a Plastic Living Butt Hinge?

    • November 21, 2016

    A hinge that is lubrication free, resistant to degradation in moist or corrosive environments, and UV protected. Can it be true? Sure can, it is a  plastic living butt hinge! They are a great alternative to conventional metal hinges. Made of polypropylene plastic, the living butt hinge is a one-piece, molded, spineless hinge. Careful design

  • New York’s Manufacturing Industry Picks Up Momentum

    • November 16, 2016

    Manufacturing in the Big Apple has surpassed analysts’ expectations, signaling strong growth for this critical component of the nation’s economy and infrastructure. Earlier this week, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York released its report, in which it found that New York’s Manufacturing Index increased to 1.5 for the month. As we’ve discussed previously here

  • Small Factories Looking to Close Manufacturing Gap

    • November 8, 2016

    The American manufacturing industry has seen its fair share of ups and downs in recent months. More recently, analysts have found the market to be in a decline, with manufacturers reporting lower-than-expected numbers. However, a new report published by the New York Times suggests that small-to-mid-sized factories will stimulate the manufacturing industry while bridging the

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