Over the past nearly 40 years, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America has not only learned how to survive, but how to thrive by implementing the process-oriented Japanese approach to the U.S. business culture.
American manufacturers are thriving according to a recent reports.
As the Trump administration continues to eye regulations, some manufacturing organizations are concerned that government mandates are holding back the industry.
CEOs share strategies, tactics and opportunities for 21st-century manufacturing.
New advances in battery technology could benefit manufacturers in both how they use it in their products and how they manage their own utilities.
While manufacturers move to embrace digital strategies, they could be wasting millions on initiatives that produce little return or organizational benefit.
President Trump recently signed an executive order to promote apprenticeship programs as a way to help young people find jobs, and to fill the skills gap in industries like manufacturing.
Local U.S. government bodies and economic development commissions along the Arizona border are joining forces with their Mexican counterparts to streamline their supply chain and drive regional growth in manufacturing.
Globally, the number of older people is expected to exceed the number of children for the first time by 2047. This poses some serious challenges.
Leftovers and waste from the paper and pulp industry could benefit American manufacturers by offering access to lower cost carbon fiber.