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Magazine Issue May 2014
Entrada Group

Mexico’s Manufacturing Might

When people think of low cost manufacturing, the first location that most often is referenced is China.

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Foley & Lardner

Re-Shoring and U.S. Regulation of Exports and International Conduct

"Wily" Ways to Deal with the Regulatory Consequences of America's Manufacturing Renaissance

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Nutec

Powerful Insulation

Consistency is key at NUTEC, the front-runner in Mexico’s industrial heating industry. With more than three decades of experience, the company, which produces high temperature insulation fibers, sends its top-notch products to countries around the world. Rachel Hartman reports.

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PTI

Stepping Up a Gear

The Brazilian market leader in mechanical transmission continues its tradition of providing integrated solutions and powers forward with new plans and products. Reuben Ford reports on equipment, experience and engineering that drive the company's success.

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AkzoNobel

Taking a ‘Long Range’ View to Adapt to Market Transformations

The world has always been in constant change, yet it has accelerated at an unprecedented rate in recent decades. Andrew Burgess, Chief Scientist for AkzoNobel, lays out 5 keys for businesses trying to stay above the fray.

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NAFTA

A 50-year Success for U.S. Manufacturing

The very large and mutual gains from free trade within North America began with the U.S.-Canada Auto Pact of 1965, which created the economic and political momentum for the comprehensive U.S.-Canada free trade agreement of 1988. The path-breaking extension of…

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AirDesign

Designing With Speed

When it comes to creating specialty products for a variety of large industries, AirDesign, S.A. de C.V., based in central Mexico, leads the way. Focusing on the auto industry, the company offers clients solutions ranging from original accessory components to…

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Grand Bahama Shipyard

Getting Ship Ready

Boasting one of the region's two largest floating docks, Grand Bahama Shipyard is the strategic harbor for cruise ships and commercial vessels. David Soyka reports on a key port of call in the heart of a major tourist destination where…

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Hussey Copper

Element of Success

It's been almost 170 years since Dr. Curtis G. Hussey founded Hussey Copper in 1848, beginning as a small medical instrument business set up on the rolling banks of Pennsylvania's Monongahela River.

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Thales Canada

Signaling the Future

Thales Canada is a company that, while part of a much bigger global conglomerate, has been making a name on its own for quite some time. Whether it's bringing revolutionary control systems to the transportation marketplace, bolstering a nation's defense…

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ElectroCraft

Crafting Custom Motion Control

Headquartered in New Hampshire with operations in Europe and Asia, ElectroCraft builds customer partnerships with innovative motor and motion control technologies. David Soyka reports on how this company crafts custom manufacturing services to engineer improved productivity and lowered expenses.

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TMSA

Loading Superiority

A leading Brazilian manufacturer of equipment for the handling and movement of bulk materials TMSA is fortunate enough to have innovation in its DNA. As commercial director Paulo Lambert tells Michael Sommers, the almost 50-year-old company is betting on another…

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Vanderlande

Innovating Tomorrow’s Warehouse

It's been 65 years since Vanderlande Industries was founded, beginning as a small, family owned, tool manufacturing company based in the Netherlands.

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Beretta

Triggering a Dynasty

It's been 488 years since Italian gunsmith Maestro Bartolomeo Beretta was paid 296 ducats for 185 harquebus barrels by the Arsenal of Venice. The invoice from 1526 A.D. is in the Venetian Archives, as that single transaction laid the foundation…

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