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  • Report Indicates US Has ‘Manufacturing Advantage’

    • August 24, 2015

    The American manufacturing industry is stronger than ever. Even as the U.S. dollar rises above the Euro, as well as other currencies, more businesses are choosing to open up shop right here in the America. This belief was reaffirmed in a recent report published by the Boston Consulting Group (BGC). According to the Chicago-based consultation

  • Preventing Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders

    • August 17, 2015

    Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are among the most common type of work-related injuries. The term “musculoskeletal disorder” or “MSD” refers to any condition or injury affecting the muscles, tendons, joints, neck, back and/or supporting structures. Common examples include carpal tunnel syndrome, tarsal tunnel syndrome, herniated disc, slipped disc, pulled muscle and sprain. To put the problem

  • American Standard Brands Chooses TN For New Factory

    • August 10, 2015

    American Standard Brands has announced the site of its upcoming manufacturing and distribution facility. According to a spokesperson for the heating, bathroom and sanitary company, the new facility will be located in Davidson County, Tennessee. This isn’t just a small facility, either. Reports indicate that American Standard Brand will invest more than $22 million into

  • US Manufacturing 5-Month High Ends

    • August 3, 2015

    It was bound to happen sooner or late: the US manufacturing industry has cooled — to some degree, at least — after coming off a 5-month high. The last few months have been nothing short of phenomenal for the US manufacturing industry. We’ve seen tens of thousands of new jobs created, alongside some of the

  • White House to Fund Manufacturing Revival Project

    • July 28, 2015

    The White House has announced plans to revive a number of US-based manufacturing facilities in an effort to create more jobs. Last week, US Secretary of¬†Commerce Penny Pritzker confirmed that a dozen new designated Manufacturing Communities will be creates in San Antonio, Pittsburgh, Louisiana, Idaho and Tennessee. These “Manufacturing Communities” will receive financial aid directly

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