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  • HARIBO to Open First Manufacturing Facility in North America

    HARIBO to Open First Manufacturing Facility in North America

    • March 30, 2017

    HARIBO, maker of the classic gummy bear candy, has announced plans to open a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. This would be the company’s first North American manufacturing facility, signaling a positive trend for the industry as a whole. According to Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, the new HARIBO manufacturing facility will bring some 400 jobs to

  • American Manufacturing’s Top Exports

    American Manufacturing’s Top Exports

    • March 27, 2017

    Manufacturing is arguably one of the country’s most important commercial sectors. In terms of industrial output, the United States is the world’s second largest manufacturer, with an industrial output of nearly $1.7 billion in 2010. From 1983 to 2005, the United States exports increased by 340%. Manufactured goods alone increased by 407% through this period.

  • What is Manufacturing Engineering?

    What is Manufacturing Engineering?

    • March 23, 2017

    Have you heard of manufacturing engineering? While most people are familiar with manufacturing, “engineering” brings a new element to this industry. Manufacturing engineering refers to a set of disciplines in dealing with manufacturing sciences, research, design, development, machines, tools and equipment. In essence, it combines the elements of engineering with the core structure of manufacturing.

  • American Manufacturing Increases for Sixth Consecutive Month

    American Manufacturing Increases for Sixth Consecutive Month

    • March 20, 2017

    The country’s manufacturing industry continues to grow, and apparently there’s no end in sight. According to a new report published by the Federal Reserve, American manufacturing output experienced positive gains for the sixth consecutive month, reaching the industry’s highest level since 2008. This growth is important because it reflects the country’s economy as a whole.

  • The Future of 3D Printing in Manufacturing

    The Future of 3D Printing in Manufacturing

    • March 17, 2017

    3D printing is just some science-fiction concept described in movies and TV shows; it’s a working technology that’s helping to shape a variety of industries, including manufacturing. Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing refers to the creation of three-dimensional object using a computer and the necessary base materials. Objects are designed in the computer’s

  • Solar Energy Continues to Grow in the U.S.

    • March 13, 2017

    It may still pale in comparison to traditional sources of power, such as coal-burning power plants, but solar continues to encompass a growing portion of the United States power grid. According to a recent report published by GTM Research and Solar Energy Industries Association, the solar energy sector in the U.S. roughly doubled its solar

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