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DAVCO | January 06, 2022
DAVCO, the market leader in North America for fuel heater/water separator and more, is investing $3.5 million in its Saline, Michigan, campus to establish an Advanced Electronics Manufacturing Center, extending the company's manufacturing capabilities into advanced electronics technologies in preparation for the arrival of electric-powered commercial vehicles. The state-of-the-art facility will be adjacent to DAVCO's current manufacturing facility and is scheduled to open in early 2022. ...
IndustryWeek | March 20, 2020
In 2019 the United States imposed import tariffs on a multitude of Chinese goods. In a tit-for-tat response China imposed its own import tariffs on a similar amount of U.S. goods, including corn and soybeans. Thus, China’s tariffs positioned producers in other countries with a competitive price advantage. Pre-tariff, China was the biggest customer of our country’s corn and soybean production. The result had the potential to inflict significant damage on America’s producers of t...
New World Economics | June 24, 2020
Cliff Waldman, whose respected research has solidified his reputation as one of the leading experts on manufacturing, has launched the consulting firm New World Economics (www.newworldecon.com). Through its products and services New World Economics provides much-needed clarity and guidance for manufacturers at this time of massive economic uncertainty and ongoing disruptions in all facets of manufacturing life.
"My vision, developed over the past two years, is to levera...
Manufacturing Global | April 22, 2020
As the UK continues to battle the impact of COVID-19, British manufacturers set goals to produce 1,500 a week and a total of 20,000. In a recent statement made by the group’s chair - Dick Elsy - stated that harnessing the manufacturing muscle of big companies to increase the output of specialist firms had proved to be the right approach. Those within the consortium include: Dyson, Airbus, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems, Ford, McLaren, GKN, Meggitt, Renishaw, Thales, Siemens and Ultra Electronics...
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