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Weekly Wrap Up for December 23rd, 2016

Manufacturing Talk Radio’s Senior International Correspondents and the NAM’s Chief Economist, Chad Moutray, discuss what is happening in manufacturing around the globe both above and below the equator. Overall, the shakiness of 2016 seems to be stabilizing as economic growth returns to most of the major country economies as we enter 2017. While there isn’t a wildly optimistic point of ...

Weekly Wrap Up for December 9th, 2016

Jim Wall, Executive Director of NIMS, the National Institute for Metalworking Skills talks with Manufacturing Talk Radio about the 52 distinct NIMS skill certifications including stamping, press break, roll forming, laser cutting, machining, tool and die making and other precision metalworking skills for modern manufacturing employees, followed by Russ Green, Executive Vice President and ...

Weekly Wrap-Up for November 23rd

We sit with Peter Edlund from Di Central to discuss the benefits and downsides to upgrading that old technology. We also discuss new technology, specifically augmented reality, with Patrick Ryan from Newport News. Join us as he explains how this new tech has reduced inspection times for aircraft carriers from 9 days to just 90 minutes. Here Are Some Of The Top Stories This Week In ...

Weekly Wrap Up for November 18th 2016

Manufacturing Talk Radio brings together three of its senior international correspondents along with Chad Moutray, Chief Economist with the NAM, to discuss how manufacturing looks around the world this November, including discussions on Brexit, international reaction to Trump as President-Elect, the automobile industry outlook, and Purchasing Manager’s Indices for all major global economie...

Weekly Wrap Up for Friday November 11

Manufacturing Talk Radio interviews the National Association of Manufacturer’s Ken Monahan, Director for International Trade Policy at the NAM about the TPP, or Trans-Pacific Partnership. Diving deeper, show hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady look into the good and bad of TPP – and whether the ‘bad’ has been overblown by the press and presidential candidates. Learn for yourself the real ...