Albany Business Review Roger Hannay, chairman of a Westerlo manufacturing company, will participate in a panel discussion Tuesday focused on New York’s middle market sectors.
Albany Business Review The Polyset Co. is one step closer to competing against large coatings companies like Sherwin Williams and Carboline in the Middle East. More
Supply Chain 24/7 Manufacturing output growth picked up for the third month running to its strongest since April 2010. Moreover, the average pace of expansion in
If you could build a time machine, would you want to travel back to 1979 or 1953? For manufacturers who survived the 1970s, the last year of that difficult decade was when the total number of U.S manufacturing jobs peaked at 20 million. For industries that thrived during the “Happy Days” of the 1950s, the year 1953 was when the highest percentage of Americans (28%) worked in factories.
Today, plenty of pundits and economists are extolling America’s manufacturing revival. Reshoring is hot, and stories about Made in USA manufacturing are promising. As author Daniel Ikenson notes, however, the term “revival” implies that there was a decline. Yes, it’s true that modern-day manufacturing isn’t matching the metrics of 1979 or 1953. But did those numbers mean all that much to begin with?
Albany, NY – On June 16, 2014, The Chief Executives Network for Manufacturing of the Capital Region, Inc. (CEN), an affiliate of the Center for