When Lockheed Martin made the decision to build a new research and development facility that would add 500 new jobs, it chose to do so in Orlando at its Missiles and Fire Control (MFC) site
With President Trump announcing he will implement new tariffs on steel an aluminum next week, U.S. manufacturing business leaders are speaking out against the move.
A potential tarriff on imported would be steel welcome news for American steel producers, but it has been cause for alarm for some American manufacturers who are big consumers of metals.
Morris talked with Chief Executive about the opportunities in designing and manufacturing products in the U.S. and being a woman in an executive leadership role in the music industry.
While manufactures are eager to implement smart initiatives to improve operations and increase efficiencies, the return on investment isn’t always clear.
Innovation is changing the way manufacturing looks, and while it may appear on the surface that jobs are going away, they’re shifting to roles that require new sets of skills.
While manufacturers have used lean principles for decades to increase their productivity and reduce complexity, smart technologies can now be integrated to enhance the impact.
As consumers move more of their shopping online and seek the lowest prices, wars between mega retailers are putting a pinch on manufacturers.
NAFTA negotiations could stretch into 2019. However, there could be a bumpy road ahead with "tit-for-tat" tariffs that could impact both foreign and domestic manufacturers along the way.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg is looking for nothing short of “step-function improvements” at the $94.6 billion aviation and defense behemoth. How he gets there could shape the future of manufacturing worldwide.