eBookManufacturing Day 2017: Best Practices
Read our coverage exploring the many facets of this $2 trillion industry employing 12.3 million people.
Manufacturing Day, begun in 2012, is an annual event that celebrates the industry’s crucial role in the U.S. economy, showcases the dramatic new technologies transforming manufacturing and informs young people about the attractive career opportunities in the field. Factories across the United States open their doors in October to educate their communities about modern manufacturing and improve public perception of the industry.
IndustryWeek is devoting this special website to highlighting stories about the leaders and companies forging the future of the industry, advanced technologies such as 3D printing, digital twins and collaborative robotics, and efforts to attract a new generation of manufacturing employees. We’ll also post highlights from manufacturers’ open houses across the country.
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The Top Skilled Trades Opportunities in Manufacturing
Skilled trades job openings are at a 10-year high across all industries.
More Manufacturing Day Celebrations
In celebration of the day Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and National Association of Manufacturers’ CEO Jay Timmons …
Manufacturing Day 2017 Celebrations
On Oct. 6, 2017 manufacturers across the nation are offering an inside view of the manufacturing sector and reaching out to the future workforce.
Manufacturing Day 2017: Best Practices
Some of the many highlights from the most recent Manufacturing Day — celebrated October 6 — are compiled in this eBook.
Building a Better Tomorrow With ERP
Understand how digital transformation can help get your manufacturing business set for growth.
What Does It Take to Be a Grow Getter?
Discover the 10 characteristics that set the Grow Getters apart from their competitors.
The Factory of the Future
Learn what it takes to be a future-proof manufacturer.
On Demand: WEBINAR
The State of U.S. Manufacturing 2017
Watch our special “Manufacturing Month” webinar where our panel of experts offer practical advice for helping your manufacturing facility seize opportunities.
- Steve Eddy, Global Industrial Manufacturing Advisory Leader, PwC
- Carolyn Lee, Executive Director, Manufacturing Institute
- Kim Humphreys, Director of Operations and Supply Chain, Avery Dennison Label and Graphic Materials