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Weekly Wrap Up for November 24th, 2017

Our three International Correspondents give critical insight from around the globe featuring reports from Europe, China, and the US. These important, up-to-the-minute reports on manufacturing provide valuable insight into what’s happening now and what’s next. Here Are Some of This Week's Top Manufacturing Stories 3 Steps to a Safer Manufacturing Facility The manufacturing industry is ...

Weekly Wrap Up for November 17th, 2017

Cameron Hoy is a man who was dissuaded from manufacturing but migrated back to it. Listen as Lew Weiss and Tim Grady hear the story of someone fascinated by the fascinating world of manufacturing, where you can see and touch what is made by your hands or the machine in your control. Cameron learned from the grind and the ground up, in the tool and die field.  Hear his path forward and what ...

Weekly Wrap Up for November 3rd, 2017

ISM’s Tim Fiore, Committee Chair of the Manufacturing Report on Business(R) covers the October ISM number, still strong at 58.7 but slightly lower than September that hit 60.8. The 60’s tend to be unsustainable for long periods of time unless the economy is overheating, which then typically ends badly. The 50’s are more solid for the long-term health and strength of the economy, so ...

Weekly Wrap Up for October 27th, 2017

Shane Fox, Co-Founder and CEO of LINK3D.co discusses how software is now being used to streamline and optimized additive manufacturing for companies of all sizes with both in-house solutions and outsourced solutions. If you wish to outsource, your business can have parts produced in any of 160 manufacturing centers across 32 countries with access to over 1,000 printers producing pieces in ...

Weekly Wrap Up for October 13th, 2017

Anthony Nieves joins Hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady for an inside look at the Non-Manufacturing Report on Business. Boeing Continues to Revolutionize Aerospace Manufacturing Boeing continues to redefine how people look at the world of aviation. From the technology revolutionizing the manufacturing process to the innovations driving the industry forward, Boeing is truly an industry ...

Weekly Wrap Up for October 5th, 2017

Tim Fiore, Committee Chair of the ISM’S Manufacturing Report on Business discusses the eye-popping Purchasing Manager’s Index number followed by Chris Kuehl, Chief Economist for the FMA International and the NACM.org who reveals a Golden Nugget on the air with co-hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady. Both interviews provide revelations not heard anywhere on main stream media! Here Are This ...

Weekly Wrap Up for September 22nd, 2017

John Kennedy, CEO of the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NJMEP) joins co-hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss NJMEP’s launch of its Manufacturing Caucus, a face-to-face discussion with New Jersey legislators about the needs and wants of the manufacturers already operating in the state. The Manufacturing Caucus is a grassroots conversation between manufacturers and ...

Weekly Wrap Up for September 15th, 2017

Sean Osborne is an inspirational individual who made a decision to stop doing things that got him in trouble with the law and use his hands-on skills and intelligence in manufacturing. Learn what that decision was like and the results he has experienced as he raised himself up at Wagner Machine, a full service custom machining and fabrication shop in Norton, Ohio. Here are Some of This ...

Weekly Wrap Up for September 8th, 2017

The ISM’s Non-Manufacturing Index rolled up to 53.9, 3.5 points less than July activity that was reported in early August. All categories that make up the index fell which may be an indicator of summer vacations in August. Hear Anthony Nieves, Committee Chair of the ISM’s Non-Manufacturing Report on Business(R), goes into detail about the report and the categories to give listeners a ...

Weekly Wrap Up for September 1st, 2017

The Skills Gap presents great challenges in finding skilled technicians and another level of complexity finding skilled executives to oversee everything from concept and design to unique body building and customer delivery of vocational vehicles. With a truck body at its core, vocational vehicles are designed to suit a particular purpose, such as dump trucks, ambulances, fire engines, ...