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Magazine Issue September 2017
Made in America Showcase: Hytrol

Moving Innovation

A designer and manufacturer of advanced conveyor systems, controls and materials handling solutions, Hytrol represented Arkansas in the White House’s “Made in America Showcase.”

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Made in America Showcase: Gordon Sign

Sign of the Times

Gordon Sign is the oldest sign manufacturer in America. David Soyka reports on the full-service sign company’s selection as a White House Made in America Showcase honoree and its over 110 year record of making and installing custom brand expression…

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Metalurgica Schwarz SA

Forging the Future in Aluminum

This specialist in forged and machined aluminum parts overcame crisis in the Brazilian economy with a solid and stable outlook for the future.

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IFA Group

Top Props

IFA North America is a leading Tier 1 automotive supplier of custom designed prop shafts. David Soyka reports on the company’s $69 million investment in a new South Carolina plant to greatly improve supply chain efficiency and provide customers with…

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Ohio Manufacturing Institute

Ohio ‘Externship’ Program Bringing Together Students and Industry

A new collaboration between the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) and The Ohio State University proposes a solution.

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Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development

Michigan Focused on Comprehensive Approach to Growing, Attracting Talent

Reinvented state looks to talented workforce to attract, grow business.

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Women in Manufacturing

Step Ahead – Inspiring a New Generation

BASF joins with The Manufacturing Institute to address a major workforce need through the advancement of women in manufacturing.

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Fabricators & Manufacturers Association (FMA)

Manufacturing Day 2017

During Manufacturing Day, an annual October event since 2012, thousands of manufacturers across North America hold special events to demonstrate how our industry offers rewarding high tech career opportunities.

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