Get Key Insight on U.S. Manufacturing

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There’s more to American business than Facebook and french fries: manufacturing still matters. To keep your finger on the pulse, try Manufacturing.net, a site that follows eight big manufacturing sectors:

  1. Aerospace
  2. Automotive
  3. Chemical and Petroleum
  4. Electrical and Electronics
  5. Food and Beverage
  6. Heavy Machinery
  7. Metals
  8. Pharmaceuticals and Biotech

Here are four recent articles for your recommended reading list.

Midwest Manufacturing: Turning Around The 2012 Decline. Excerpt:

… the Federal Reserve will continue its policy of keeping primary interest rates low through the end of 2012, making financing cheap and available through the next year. For large manufacturing corporations, this is good news as they will continue to be able to find low-cost financing for capital improvements and equipment replacement.

Business On The Move, And Across The Globe. Excerpt:

… as the globe shrinks, and developing countries become more sophisticated with their businesses, it will be in the best interest of U.S. manufacturers to truly understand the value of mobility as a globally relevant competitive advantage.

America, The Blend Hub. Excerpt:

These may be our nation’s greatest assets: our love of invention and respect for risk taking, our readiness to take a chance, and our willingness to collaborate. This is what Europe is looking for, and this is what we can and should provide.

Kickstart Your Heart. Excerpt:

Since [Kickstarter's] launch in April 2009, more than $350 million has been pledged to projects by more than 2.5 million people, funding more than 30,000 projects.

About Brad Shorr

Brad Shorr has more than 25 years of B2B experience in the packaging industry. He is a writer, blogger and content marketing specialist who has been active in social media since 2005. Connect with Brad on Twitter: @bradshorr.

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