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Weekly Wrap Up For March 27th 2020

It is unlikely that very many economists ever thought they would have to contemplate the impact of a rapidly spreading, globally menacing pathogen on the economic outlook. But that day is upon us. Of course at Manufacturing Talk Radio, our focus is on the US manufacturing sector. In this episode of ‘Cliff Notes on the Global Manufacturing Picture’, host Cliff Waldman will discuss the ...

Weekly Wrap Up For March 20th, 2020

Remember when Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla truck and the windows shattered?  It didn’t have to be!  Hear Shawn Kitchell, President and CEO of Madico, a coating solutions manufacturer that makes coatings for windows discuss the many solutions they provide for business, industry and consumers in this fun discussion with hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady. Auto Industry Braces for ...

Weekly Wrap Up For February 21st, 2020

Nicole Wolter, President of HM Manufacturing in Wauconda, IL, joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss the USMCA. She was an advocate for passage for small and midsize businesses across America. The Boring Company Expected to Reach Halfway Point on Las Vegas Tunnels The Boring Company is anticipating good news in regard to their progress in Las Vegas. The company expects ...

Weekly Wrap Up For January 10th, 2020

Fran Brunelle is the President of Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers, a company that will walk you through the process of selling your manufacturing company, who shares key insights with hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady about getting your company ready for sale and going through the process. Robert Reich, Former Secretary of Labor – 5 Ways to Stop Corporations From Ruining ...

Weekly Wrap Up For November 15th, 2019

One Of America’s Largest Solar Manufacturers Changes Direction SunPower Corp, one of the largest manufacturers of solar panels has spun off its manufacturing business to focus on roof-top solar panel installation. The new manufacturing arm, named Maxeon Solar, will be headquartered in Singapore with manufacturing facilities in the Philippines, France, Malaysia, and Mexico. The CEO of SunPowe...

Weekly Wrap Up For November 1st, 2019

Tony Uphoff, President and CEO of Thomas (thomasnet.com) joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss three major trends in manufacturing: State of US Manufacturing, The impact of the tariffs on US Manufacturers, and the digital transformation of industrial sales, marketing and supply chain management. Listen to this special episode to learn how to navigate this manufacturing turbulence. ...

Weekly Wrap Up For October 18th, 2019

The Credit Manager’s Index is showing more negative signs than positive as uncertainty in the manufacturing industry increases across all sectors and we head for a period of mediocrity. Additional soft factors weighing on the economy are discussed by Dr. Chris Kuehl in this insightful interview with hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady. Researchers Utilize 3D Printing To Help ...

Weekly Wrap Up For October 11th, 2019

Tom Cutler is CEO of T.R. Cutler Inc, a manufacturing journalist who is quite vocal that there are too many manufacturers and companies serving the manufacturing sector that have simply neglected to tell their story. Cutler’s goal is to tell these manufacturing stories in an interesting, dynamic, understandable, and relevant way, so he joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady in a ...

Weekly Wrap Up For October 4th, 2019

Institute for Supply Management®’s Report On Business® Series for September 2019. Hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady welcome Chair, Tim Fiore for a closer look at the factors that went into the Manufacturing Report On Business and this month’s PMI. Don’t miss this in-depth, exclusive interview available only on Manufacturing Talk Radio. GM Strikes Continues With No End In Sight The ...

Weekly Wrap Up For September 27th, 2019

Lou Rassey is CEO of Fast Radius, a manufacturing lighthouse known as a smart factory. Need some clarity of that? Tune in and listen to hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady parse the topic with Mr. Rassey as they discuss a manufacturing future where the cloud is the parts and inventory warehouse, production is completed on demand as close to the customer as possible, and logistics becomes most ...