Manufacturers

Global chip shortage has hit smartphone makers

According to online sources, the global shortage of semiconductor products has started to negatively impact the smartphone industry. Deliveries are slowing and buyers are seeing significant price increases for the first time in years. Some manufacturers have had to cut production and delay the launch of new devices. For most of the year, smartphone makers have avoided issues faced by ...

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Cleo Integration Cloud for Manufacturing Helps Manufacturers Address Market Volatility

Cleo serves more than 2,000 industrial customers with its Cleo Integration Cloud (CIC) solution for manufacturing. And for most of them, it helps them fight a common enemy: chronic market volatility. Managing supply chain volatility and fluctuations is a major integration technology challenge. Along with the spikes in supply and demand caused by the explosion of e-commerce, there are also ...

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Clothing manufacturers want to open factories from July 31

There are only two days left for Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious holiday for Muslims. However, the Eid holidays began at many garment factories across the country from Sunday, July 18. We have learned that factory owners give workers leave in phases. In many cases, it has been reported that workers’ leave is adjusted with government leave. Workers will have ...

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Evers and Steil Attend Grand Opening of Nexus Pharmaceuticals Pleasant Prairie Manufacturing Plant | Business

Nexus CEO Mariam Darsot cuts the ribbon during Friday’s opening ceremony for the pharmaceutical plant in Highlands Corporate Park. Present for the event were US Representative Bryan Steil, Pleasant Prairie Village President John Steinbrink, State Representative Samantha Kerkman, CEO of Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Missy Hughes and Governor Tony Evers. Village of Pleasant Prairie photo For Kenosha News PLEASANT PRAIRIE ...

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Northam Announces Return of Xaloy to Virginia and Reopening of Pulaski Manufacturing Plant

RICHMOND — Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Xaloy, a leading manufacturer of plastic processing components for injection and extrusion machines, will move its barrel manufacturing plant from Ohio to Virginia and will reopen its old factory in Pulaski County. The company will invest $ 1.75 million in its 100,000 square foot, 30 acre site at 102 Xaloy Way in ...

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Biden signs EO contest, granting repair rights to consumers

Last week, President Biden issued an executive order promoting competition in the US economy. As a partner, Elizabeth Haas, points out, the antitrust implications are considerable. Of the 72 different initiatives of the OE, the question of the future of the “right to repair” will have an impact on manufacturers. In the fact sheet accompanying President Biden’s OE, the White ...

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Manufacturing Institute honors Gabrielle Ferrara for excellence in leadership in the U.S. manufacturing sector

Gabrielle said: “I am honored to receive this award. At Ferrara Manufacturing, we continue to build our modern manufacturing organization seeing the direct benefits of empowering our workforce and creating a positive, diverse and passionate work environment and culture. I thank everyone. on our team at Ferrara Manufacturing, my parents and The Manufacturing Institute for supporting our vision for the ...

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Business Quarterly: Manufacturing companies begin to relax COVID-19 protocols

Local manufacturers, including some of the region’s largest employers, have said many of their COVID-19 protocols have been lifted and their businesses are standardizing themselves. The number of vaccinations in New Hampshire continues to rise, although the initial wave of vaccination has slowed considerably in recent weeks. Currently, New Hampshire has distributed a total of 1.66 million doses of the ...

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Turkey becomes one of the world’s leading manufacturers of armed drones

Turkey has become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of armed unmanned aerial vehicles in just 15 years, French newspaper Le Monde said on Friday. The newspaper examined Turkish Armed Drones (SIHA) under a separate title, “Technology for Turkish Foreign Policy,” in a report on armed unmanned aerial vehicles. Two suicide drones, Kargu-2, produced by the Turkish defense company STM, ...

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