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Magazine Issue September 2019

The Corporate Conundrum - Talent and the Workforce Wars

BRCGS

BRCGS Building Trust in Today’s Supply Chain

BRCGS’ Standards guarantees standardization of quality, safety and operational criteria providing protection for consumers.

Clark Empilhadeiras

Getting a Lift

The Brazilian affiliate of a pioneering producer of lift trucks bets on safety, strength and lots of smart technology to grow its business.

Deloitte

Keeping the Pace with the Speed of Industry 4.0

Manufacturers can maintain momentum if they continue to identify and capitalize on new inventions and advancements.

DXC Technology

Digital Delivered

DXC Technology is a world-leading end-to-end IT services company that leads clients on their digital transformation journeys.

Hawker Pacific

The Sum of its Parts

America’s top MRO provider for aircraft landing gear, Hawker Pacific is ready to lift off with a pioneering new product line.

Hitchiner Manufacturing

Investment Casting

Hitchiner Manufacturing supplies zero defect ferrous investment castings used in automotive, aerospace and industrial applications.

Litehouse Foods

Dressing for Success

Employee-owned Litehouse, the leading refrigerated salad dressing maker in N. America, adds Sky Valley Foods to its innovative product line.

Louisiana Economic Development

The Corporate Conundrum – Talent and the Workforce Wars

U.S. manufacturing employers are facing a critical workforce shortage and competition for skilled workers is being called a “Workforce War.”

New Jersey Innovation Institute

Closing the Manufacturing Skills Gap

Apprenticeship programs hold the key to meeting the demand of employers for a highly skilled workforce to fill advanced manufacturing jobs.

Precision Metalforming Association (PMA)

Metalformers Build Own Skilled Workforce Solution

Precision Metalforming Association develops innovative online training platform to tackle industry skills gap and support sector’s growth.

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group

Supporting Women in Engineering

Women are significantly underrepresented in engineering. The industry must increase engagement from a young age to diversify our workforce.

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