In Florida, manufacturing is at the center of economic vitality. The state is home to over 20,000 manufacturing companies that produce a variety of goods, including aerospace products, batteries, food and beverages, communications equipment, pharmaceuticals, boats, and more. Many of these manufacturers are using innovative techniques such as resin infusion, closed mold processes, etc., in […]
According to the Brookings Institution, there has been a resurgence of manufacturing growth in the United States. Thanks in part to its pro-business policies, strong workforce and trade infrastructure, Florida ranks among the nation’s top ten states for manufacturing. The state is home to more than 19,000 manufacturers employing more than 331,000 workers. Florida’s manufacturers […]
The first moving assembly line for the mass production of an entire automobile was installed in America by the businessman and industrialist Henry Ford on December 01, 1913. About America, Automotive, Manufacturing
Chester, the oldest city in Pennsylvania, was once a thriving ship-building and car manufacturing hub. Workers poured into the city to fill jobs. Unfortunately, the downturn of the ship building and automotive manufacturing business towards the second half of the 20th century caused many to lose their jobs, increasing the rate of poverty and crime […]
General Electric has reached a labor deal with all 6,600 of its unionized workers in the United States, averting potential strikes that could have hit the conglomerate’s jet engine production. Aerospace, Manufacturing, Employment
Brainboxes’ BB-400 Industrial Controller connects machines and devices to your computer network right out of the box. The BB-400 is Industry 4.0 in a box: it collects big data so you can create a “smart” workplace with increased efficiency and productivity. With Edge processing and a programmable Raspberry Pi, it’s easy to set up, allowing […]
Northrop Grumman’s Chief Executive Officer Kathy Warden, will also serve as the company’s chairman from August 1, 2019, replacing Wes Bush, who will resign after being in the role since 2011. Ms Warden, who previously served as the chief operating officer of the company, was appointed CEO on January 1, 2019. Appointments, Defense, Manufacturing
Electric vehicles account for only 1.26 million – or 1.5 percent – of the 86 million cars sold worldwide last year, and analysts forecast it will be the middle of the next decade before a tipping point comes when electric cars overtake combustion-engined variants.