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9 manufacturing trends to watch in 2019
Thursday, January 10, 2019
The world of manufacturing constantly evolves and will continue to do so in 2019. Manufacturers must remain on top of the trends in order to deliver innovative, high-quality products to their clients. Of the various trends that are likely to emerge this year, the following are some of the most important that companies should be on the lookout for....(Full Article)
Job losses in New York's manufacturing sector accelerate
Friday, November 17, 2017
According to new data collected this week by IndustryNet, manufacturing jobs in New York declined over the past year, falling 1.7%, or by nearly 12,000 jobs -- one of the sharpest losses recorded for the state since the recession. Echoing similar challenges faced by states like Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, high business costs, global competition, and a strong dollar continue to ravage many of the state's traditional sectors, while industries that encompass more high-tech and automation-based enterprises ares seeing consistent growth. This article will explore major developments for New York manufacturing companies, delving into city, county, regional, and historical data collected by IndustryNet. We'll also examine some of the challenges faced by New York manufacturers, and exp...(Full Article)
A comprehensive look at America's top 3D printing companies
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Growth in the 3-D printing industry has exploded through the years. While half of the 3-D printing companies are concentrated in the Midwest, there are numerous companies starting up all across the United States. IndustryNet data shows employment at 3D printing companies in the U.S. is up slightly more than 35 percent, and sales have increased 1.6% over the past year. Although the industry is small, it is at the forefront of innovation in American manufacturing. This comprehensive list provides information on 36 top 3-D printing companies in the U.S. 3D Systems, Inc.; Lawrenceburg, Tennessee; Number of employees: 65: In 1983, Chuck Hull, the cofounder and chief technology officer, invented stereolithography, the first 3-D printing process. Today, it is considered the gold standard...(Full Article)
How 3D printing companies utilize materials, software to drive innovation
Monday, October 30, 2017
While once primarily limited to a small number of prototype creators and hobbyists, 3D printing is now fertile ground for both start-up 3D printing companies and the expansion of existing providers. According to statistics gathered by IndustryNet, the establishment of 3D printing companies rose sharply starting in 2013, and that growth continues. Recently, General Electric bought two major 3-D printing companies for $1.5 billion. Celebrating its 70th anniversary, Singapore Airlines is exploring the use of 3-D printing for the production of aircraft components. Also in aerospace, Boeing is showing significant interest in the field. In the automotive sector, Ford is using 3-D printing to fabricate parts. SpaceX has even printed a rocket engine. There are many trends contributing to th...(Full Article)
Manufacturing in Colorado picks up speed as state adds jobs for a seventh straight year
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
According to new data released by MNI, compiler and publisher of the industrial information that powers IndustryNet, manufacturers in Colorado added jobs for a seventh straight year, as the state's unique business climate spurred growth across multiple sectors. MNI reports industrial companies in Colorado added 2,308 new jobs between June 2016 and June 2017, or 1%. This outpaces the gains MNI reported over the 2015-2016 survey period, in which the state added 700 jobs, and generally points to new momentum in the state's manufacturing sector. According to recent rankings compiled by CNBC, Colorado scores big for a number of site selection factors, including an abundance of capital, low business costs, educated workforce, robust economy, and focus on technology and innovation. The...(Full Article)
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