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Weekly Wrap Up for January 12th, 2017

Manufacturing Talk Radio welcomes Ed Delia of Delia Associates to the show for a look at how they help manufacturers build, rebuild and revitalize their brand. B-to-B brand management comes with a unique set of challenges. Listen as Mr. Delia shares how Delia Associates’ patented Brand Leadership Solution can effectively establish, express and project a highly impactful brand image for your ...

Weekly Wrap Up: What You May Have Missed over Holiday Break

Hosts Lewis Weiss and Tim Grady take a look back at the top manufacturing stories of 2017 including the skills gap, robotics, additive manufacturing, the prison labor issue, Washington’s effect on manufacturing, Women And Manufacturing and much more. Stay tuned to hear predictions for the coming year with insight from industrial and economic reports from the Institute for Supply Management ...

Weekly Wrap Up for December 22nd, 2017

Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joins co-hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss the nomination vote on Rep. Scott Garrett, President Trump’s choice to head the Export-Import Bank, the Summer Manufacturing Camps for 4th-8th graders hosted by his office, and a key solution to the skills gap by focusing on Women And Manufacturing. Here are Some of This Week's Top Stories in Manufacturing Ma...

Weekly Wrap Up for December 15th, 2017

Michael Wildes, managing partner with Wildes and Weinberg P.C., a 3rd  generation immigration law firm that has  clients including First Lady Melania Trump, famed artists Sarah Brightman, Lionel Richie, Boy George, many of the former Miss Universes’ as well as soccer icon Pele, master Chef Jean-Georges, and other talented artists, discusses DACA and our broken immigration system. ...

Weekly Wrap Up for December 8th, 2017

Anthony Nieves, Committee Chair of the Institute for Supply Management’s Non-Manufacturing Report on Business – the NMI – joined Manufacturing Talk Radio host Tim Grady to discuss the ongoing strength of the non-manufacturing sector, which comprises 88% of the U.S. economy according to the ISM. This sector has averaged 57.0 for the last 12 months and like the PMI is in a strong run of ...

Weekly Wrap Up for December 1st, 2017

Ultra Consultants is an independent advisory firm for manufacturers who want to transform their business performance with an emphasis on competitive advantages and the ROI on their software investment. Jeff Carr, CEO and Founder of Ultra Consultants leads a team of more than 40 process improvement and software experts to help companies from $10 million to $2 billion identify their desired ...

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 ...