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AP&T develops, manufactures and markets complete production systems, automation, presses, tools and related aftermarket services for manufacturers of formed metal parts. We constantly aim to achieve the highest possible level of customer satisfaction and security by offering a high degree of availability and complete solutions for which we are fully responsible – a concept we call One Responsible Partner®.

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CLOSING THE GENDER AND SKILLS GAP IN STEM

None | March 25, 2016

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With all the recent focus over the gender wage gap, we often overlook one of the simplest solutions: getting more women into good-paying jobs traditionally held by men.Over the next decade, millions of good jobs will be available in expanding sectors such as construction, manufacturing, IT, and transportation. Yet, very few women hold positions in these industries. To make matters worse, as our economy is facing increasing demand for workers for what are sometimes called "newer middle" jobs, we ...

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APPRENTICESHIP EFFORTS STILL HAMPERED BY STEREOTYPES

None | February 09, 2016

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"In the minds of many people, manufacturing was something you settled for when you really couldn't do anything else as a career," Beshear said.During Beshear's time in the governor's office from 2007 to 2015, Kentucky launched a slate of different state apprenticeship programs, including a partnership called the Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education, or FAME. The program launched in 2010 with the specific mission of providing a Toyota manufacturing plant with skilled workers t...

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JAPAN AUTO, ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING FACE DISRUPTION DUE TO QUAKE DAMAGE

| April 17, 2016

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Toyota Motor Corp said on Sunday it would suspend production at plants across Japan after earthquakes in the country's south disrupted the automaker's supply chain, while other manufacturers extended stoppages due to damaged factories. Japanese companies have been affected by supply chain disruptions caused by natural disasters in the past few years, most notably when a devastating earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan in March 2011 temporarily knocked out part of the auto supply chain....

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JAPAN BIG MANUFACTURERS' CONFIDENCE DROPS TO THREE-YEAR LOW

| April 01, 2016

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Confidence among Japan's biggest manufacturers dropped last quarter to its lowest level since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe kicked off his much-vaunted programme to boost growth three years ago, a survey showed Friday. The poor reading on the Bank of Japan's closely watched Tankan report will heap pressure on policymakers to unveil more stimulus, as evidence of a slowdown in the world's number three economy piles up....

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CLOSING THE GENDER AND SKILLS GAP IN STEM

None | March 25, 2016

With all the recent focus over the gender wage gap, we often overlook one of the simplest solutions: getting more women into good-paying jobs traditionally held by men.Over the next decade, millions of good jobs will be available in expanding sectors such as construction, manufacturing, IT, and transportation. Yet, very few women hold positions in these industries. To make matters worse, as our economy is facing increasing demand for workers for what are sometimes called "newer middle" jobs, we ...

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APPRENTICESHIP EFFORTS STILL HAMPERED BY STEREOTYPES

None | February 09, 2016

"In the minds of many people, manufacturing was something you settled for when you really couldn't do anything else as a career," Beshear said.During Beshear's time in the governor's office from 2007 to 2015, Kentucky launched a slate of different state apprenticeship programs, including a partnership called the Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education, or FAME. The program launched in 2010 with the specific mission of providing a Toyota manufacturing plant with skilled workers t...

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JAPAN AUTO, ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING FACE DISRUPTION DUE TO QUAKE DAMAGE

| April 17, 2016

Toyota Motor Corp said on Sunday it would suspend production at plants across Japan after earthquakes in the country's south disrupted the automaker's supply chain, while other manufacturers extended stoppages due to damaged factories. Japanese companies have been affected by supply chain disruptions caused by natural disasters in the past few years, most notably when a devastating earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan in March 2011 temporarily knocked out part of the auto supply chain....

Read More
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JAPAN BIG MANUFACTURERS' CONFIDENCE DROPS TO THREE-YEAR LOW

| April 01, 2016

Confidence among Japan's biggest manufacturers dropped last quarter to its lowest level since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe kicked off his much-vaunted programme to boost growth three years ago, a survey showed Friday. The poor reading on the Bank of Japan's closely watched Tankan report will heap pressure on policymakers to unveil more stimulus, as evidence of a slowdown in the world's number three economy piles up....

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