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Week 12 in Manufacturing News

Ford Provides Peek of Its Digital Manufacturing Strategy The digital investment coincided with a general revamping of the plant as new transmissions were introduced. Industry 4.0 and IoT technology enables operators to monitor data generated at different work stations.

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Week 11 in Manufacturing News

Cluster Raises $1.9M to Transform Hiring Engineers in the Manufacturing Industry Cluster launches the first U.S. marketplace matching Industry 4.0 skills to jobs at Aviation, Aerospace, Defense and Automotive companies in Southern California.

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Week 10 in Manufacturing News

Global manufacturing growth plumbs new depths amid trade tensions Global manufacturing growth decelerated in 2018 as a result of trade and tariff barriers, according to the UN’s latest International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics.

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Week 9 in Manufacturing News

The US just got the latest sign manufacturing activity is slowing down The Commerce Department said factory orders edged up 0.1% in December, compared with economist expectations for a 0.5% increase. 

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Week 8 in Manufacturing News

US Manufacturing Production Unexpectedly Contracts in January U.S. factory production unexpectedly contracted in January, shrinking the most in eight months on weakness in the automotive sector and indicating a weak start to the year as headwinds including a trade war with China weighed on factories.

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Week 6 in Manufacturing News

January U.S. Manufacturing Activity Bounces Back While China and Europe Struggle While U.S. manufacturing activity appears to be humming along, elsewhere in the world, it is slowing.

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Week 5 in Manufacturing News

The Silver Lining In The U.S. Manufacturing Slowdown The weight of data now suggests that American industry is slowing its pace of production. Economic slowdowns are always painful, even if they don’t lead to recession. 

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Week 4 in Manufacturing News

U.S. Manufacturing Can Take The Punches – It Is Stronger Than You Think The sub-index for New Export Orders increased, to 52.8 from 52.2, showing that export orders not only kept growing, but grew at a faster pace in December than in the previous two months.

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Week 3 in Manufacturing News

The IOT in Manufacturing Market is expected to exceed more than US$ 20.59 Billion by 2022 Manufacturing firms are centring towards expanding their business procedures and generation yield with ideal asset use.

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Week 2 in Manufacturing News

The U.S. Tries New Tactics to Prosecute Chinese Chipmaker As the Trump administration and China attempt to end their trade war, the U.S. is pushing forward on a key front of the conflict: a criminal prosecution of alleged trade-secret theft that has helped to hobble China’s aspirations of mass producing memory chips.

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