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Major U.S. Chip Supplier to Invest $200M In Taiwan

Taiwan has been a major hub for computer chip manufacturing for many American-based companies. Now, a major chip supplier is helping to keep this dominance running with a massive new investment. Entegris announced on Monday their plans to construct a new $200 million plant in Taiwan. Company president and CEO Bertrand Loy said that construction was slated to begin early next year and would be ...

Weekly Wrap Up For December 18th, 2020

In this live, year-end episode of ‘Cliff Notes on the Global Manufacturing Picture’, host Cliff Waldman interviews Dr. Chad Moutray, Chief Economist of the National Association of Manufacturers, on his recently published paper which considers the post-pandemic future for U.S. manufacturing. The interview touches on the outlook for 2021 US manufacturing growth. Also discussed are a ...

Manufacturers Search for Deals After Pandemic Impact

The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously impacted manufacturers both across the United States and the world. However, as it approaches the new year, restructuring efforts have been underway, as those who have managed to keep things running have been searching for new deals and business opportunities. In a recent survey by business consulting firm West Monroe, leaders of companies with over $250 ...

Weekly Wrap Up For December 11th, 2020

 Rosemary Coates, Founder and Executive Director of The Reshoring Institute discusses situations where the U.S. needs to have an industrial policy, which has been brought to the forefront because of the Covid-19 Pandemic and even counterfeits in the medical supply chain. Is the treatment or the cure really Made in America? Oil Prices Expected to Fall Below $50 in 2021 Despite ...