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From the Shop Floor — The Week in Manufacturing (6/1/2013)

MarketWatch says Citi is leaning towards, but not endorsing, the whole “manufacturing renaissance” meme. Goldman Sachs, on the other hand, calls our sector’s renaissance “fiction.” The Birmingham News — that’s Birmingham, England, not Alabama — tells us about the long and glorious history (not to mention continued global success) of tiny Acme Whistles, whose whistles are still coveted […]

From the Shop Floor — The Week in Manufacturing (3/8/2013)

A recent survey by the insurance giant Travelers indicates that many see strong growth ahead for U.S. manufacturing, and that 3 out of 4 manufacturers surveyed have either expanded their product offerings this past year, or plan to do so in the months ahead. WBEZ, my local NPR affiliate recently posted a piece on what […]

From the Shop Floor — The Week in Manufacturing (11/17/2012)

Manufacturing.net says China’s stunning growth, especially in the manufacturing sector, may be over but its economy continues to recover — which is good news for U.S. manufacturers like me. Kelly Heinrich, president of the Global Freedom Center, says that someone  is paying a dear price for all those cheap, Chinese-made blouses, blenders and toys. From the intellectual […]