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What Does Obama’s State of the Union Mean for U.S. Manufacturing?

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Last week President Obama gave the annual State of the Union address. Many topics were talked about including everything from war to income inequality. A main theme of the speech centered on the revitalized success of the industrial sector and the overall economic recovery. The President pointed out that new manufacturing jobs are being added   …Continue Reading


Increased Investment in U.S. Manufacturing

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U.S. manufacturing has been on the upswing for a little while now, and there are finally enough signs of positive trends that industry experts are hopeful for the industry’s long-term prospects. Investment in American factories has grown, spurring corporate investment and a turnaround in hiring. American manufacturing companies are expected to increase their spending on   …Continue Reading


Gain in U.S. Consumer Confidence Lifts Spending Outlook: Economy

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American consumers turned more confident in December as hiring picked up, brightening the outlook for spending heading into 2014. The Conference Board said its sentimentindex climbed to 78.1 from 72 in November, exceeding the median forecast of economists surveyed by Bloomberg and the strongest year-end reading since 2007. Other reports showed home prices climbed at the fastest   …Continue Reading


Manufacturing to give economy a fresh push into 2014

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Manufacturers likely ended 2013 by posting a seventh month of growth, which probably will help fuel a pickup in the broad economy and hiring in the new year, economists say. This week’s data may also signal continued gains for housing and a rebound in confidence among consumers, the backbone of the U.S. economy.   …Continue Reading


Where does the 3D Printer stand in the future of Metal Fabrication?

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Lately, there has been a lot of chatter surrounding the 3D printer and its capabilities as a manufacturing machine.  For people in the metalworking industry, innovative technology continues to push the industry and allow for faster production.  Just look at our 4 plate rolling machine. We’ve tried to transform the way companies bend metal, including   …Continue Reading


Manufacturing in U.S. Grew More Than Forecast in January

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Manufacturing in the U.S. expanded more than forecast in January, reaching a nine-month high and showing the industry is starting to improve. The Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index climbed to 53.1 last month from December’s 50.2, the Tempe, Arizona-based group’s report showed today. Readings above 50 signal expansion. The figure exceeded the highest estimate in a Bloomberg   …Continue Reading


Post-Fabtech 2012 – Las Vegas, NV

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FABTECH 2012 Confirms:  Manufacturing is the Comeback Player of the Year Record Turnout and Brisk Sales Show that Manufacturing in the U.S. has a Bright Future  The Fabtech trade show, which bills itself as North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and laser event, is now behind us. 25,903 attendees walked the more than 450,000   …Continue Reading


Manufacturing in Philadelphia Area Grows More Than Forecast

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Manufacturing in the Philadelphia region expanded in October for the first time in six months, a sign the industry may be starting to stabilize. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s general economic index rose to 5.7 from minus 1.9 in September, a report today showed. A reading of zero is the dividing line between expansion and contraction.   …Continue Reading


Manufacturing In Northeastern US Grew In March.

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Manufacturing In Northeastern US Grew In March. The AP (3/16, Crutsinger) reports, “Manufacturing in the northeastern United States expanded this month at its best pace in nearly a year. The growth confirms other data showing the US economy is strengthening.” Bloomberg News (3/16, Homan) reports, “Manufacturing in the Philadelphia region expanded in March at the   …Continue Reading


Heavy Metal Is Back: The Best Cities For Manufacturing

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For a generation American manufacturing has been widely seen as a “declining sport.” Yet its demise has been largely overplayed. Despite the many jobs this sector has lost in the past generation, manufacturing remains remarkably resilient, with a global market share similar to that of the 1970s. More recently, the U.S. industrial base has been   …Continue Reading


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