Manufacturers

How Extended Reality Improves Maintenance and Training

We are witnessing a digital age where virtual and physical worlds are converging and revolutionizing the landscape of many industries. In what has become the “new normal”, industrial manufacturers are realizing significant productivity gains by leveraging extended reality (XR) technologies to support digital manufacturing. According to IDC, global spending on augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) is expected to ...

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AMONG THE MANUFACTURERS – Fire Engineering

AMONG THE MANUFACTURERS Ludlow double gate valve. The sectional view shown in this article is of the Ludlow Double Knife Gate Valve, which is constructed from both bronze and iron. By the action of the rod, which acts through the bronze nut of the upper shim, the doors descend parallel to their seats until the lower shim hits the stop ...

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Former New Bedford Latin Kings Member Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking and Manufacturing Charges | USAO-MA

BOSTON – A former member of the New Bedford branch of the all-powerful Latin King and Queen nation of Massachusetts (Latin Kings) pleaded guilty today to drug charges. Tanairy Ruiz, aka “Queen Tanairy”, 34, pleaded guilty to conspiring to manufacture, distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine and basic cocaine. U.S. District Court Senior Judge Rya W. Zobel ...

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Xiaomi will start manufacturing electric cars

When one thinks of Xiaomi, the first thing that comes to mind are its smartphones, which have dominated the mobile market in a large number of countries around the world. However, it is likely that in the near future you will see this brand associated with electric cars. This, due to a recent announcement by the company in which they ...

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Mexico is suing US gunmakers for thousands of firearms smuggled across the border each year. Can they win?

According to Mexican officials, about half a million US weapons reach Mexico each year; the U.S. Department of Justice found that between 2014 and 2018, approximately 70 percent of firearms recovered in Mexico and submitted for tracing originated north of the border. Earlier this month, lawyers representing the Mexican government took another step forward in dealing with the epidemic of ...

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COVID-19: COVID-19 hits manufacturing, services: TIER

MIXED PERSPECTIVES: While manufacturers remain cautious about the spread of the Delta variant overseas, the service industry is optimistic as a local outbreak is reduced By Crystal Hsu / Journalist Last month, business confidence in the manufacturing and service sectors fell over concerns over the rapid spread of the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 around the world, but improved for the ...

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“They have six manufacturers” – Pierre Gasly wants Formula 1 to be more competitive and more competitive like MotoGP

“They have six manufacturers” – Pierre Gasly is excited about the new regulations coming to Formula 1 next season and hopes it will make things as competitive as in MotoGP. Formula 1 has been lackluster when it comes to competition for the past decade, with only Red Bull and Mercedes winning world titles. But with the new regulations and the ...

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Cooper: electrical equipment maker Harger to expand operations in North Carolina – The Coastland Times

Harger, Inc., a leading supplier of electrical protective equipment, will expand its current operations in Robeson County, creating 20 jobs, Gov. Roy Cooper announced on Wednesday, August 18. The company will invest $ 3.2 million to increase the capacity of its facility at Fairmont. . “Manufacturers like Harger continue to grow and find value in rural North Carolina,” Cooper said. ...

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Manufacturer should be held responsible for defective windows

Q: The house we are buying is about three years old and has double glazed windows. Our home inspector reported moisture condensation on the inside of several of these windows. So the sellers called the builder who said this had happened in several houses in the subdivision. He said the windows can be removed, cleaned and closed. Is this a ...

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Whitewater Manufacturing Co. Supports the Discover Whitewater Series | Around the city

WHITEWATER – Local company Whitewater Manufacturing, Co. has re-enlisted as title sponsor of the Discover Whitewater (DWS) Series: Half Marathon, 5K and W3 Fit Kid Shuffle for the ninth consecutive year. The day of the race is scheduled for Sunday, September 19. The support of local businesses and community members is what allows this event to thrive year after year. ...

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Global Guanylic Acid Industry to Global to 2026 – by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Application, and Product Type – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Global Guanylic Acid Market Aspects 2021, Analysis and Forecast to 2026, by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Application, Product Type” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report describes the global Guanylic Acid market size from 2016 to 2020 and its CAGR from 2016 to 2020, and also forecasts its market size to the end ...

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Contegra builds 70,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Missouri

Automotive LED lighting maker Diode Dynamics is expanding its business with plans to relocate to a new 70,000 square foot headquarters / manufacturing facility in St. Charles, Missouri this fall. Contegra Construction built the facility at the Fountain Lakes Commerce Center. The facility will include a showroom, four engineering bays, an electronics manufacturing area, an engineering lab, a 30-foot-high warehouse, ...

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Apple repair prices could drop if new FTC ruling pushes manufacturers to restrict proprietary repairs

Urien B., Tech Times 09 Aug 2021, 03:08 (Photo: Screenshot from Pexels official website) Apple repair prices could drop if a new FTC ruling pushes manufacturers to restrict exclusive repairs Apple repair prices could drop if a new FTC ruling causes manufacturers to restrict their customers to exclusive repairs. A number of mobile phone companies allow their users to be ...

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Chemical Manufacturers, Processors, Importers (Including Item Importers) To Provide Comments On Substantial Changes To EPA TSCA Reporting Requirements | Wiley Rein LLP

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently hosted a webinar to present the Agency’s intention to propose a revolutionary new reporting and record-keeping rule in accordance with Sections 8 (a), (c) and ( d) of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). . If you manufacture, process, import or distribute, or even to propose to manufacture (including import), process or distribute chemicals ...

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Employment in industry and manufacturing up 60% in the second quarter of 2021 compared to the first quarter: Michael Page Singapore | Taiwan News

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – August 5, 2021 – Global recruiting specialist Michael Page Singapore saw the number of jobs increase in the second quarter of 2021 compared to the first quarter, driven by a 60% increase in industry and manufacturing. This was followed by an increase in opportunities in sales and marketing (up 41%) and digital (up 33%). According ...

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Manufacturing sector maintains rapid growth in July

The manufacturing sector continued to grow at a rapid pace in July, albeit at a slower pace than the previous two months. According to AIB’s latest monthly monitoring of conditions in the manufacturing sector, growth in new orders has reached a new record for the third consecutive month. Production, although increasing, was partly constrained by persistent supply shortages. This had ...

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With automotive lighting makers capitalizing on sales of advanced headlights, aggregate demand will surpass US $ 34.7 billion in 2021: IMF

The rapid expansion of the automotive sector, coupled with the increasing adoption of electric vehicles and luxury cars, are driving innovations in the automotive lighting market. According to a latest study by Future Market Insights (IMF), the market is experiencing impressive growth, especially in North America, which will remain dominant as the primary market for automotive lighting sales. DUBAI, United ...

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LCCC to expand smart manufacturing technology into automation, robotics – Morning Journal

Lorain County Community College announced on July 22 its partnership with global aerospace and defense entrepreneur ARCTOS Technology Solutions to develop smart manufacturing technologies and training programs for students, educators and employers. The LCCC is one of three community colleges in Ohio working with ARCTOS on this project, funded by the Air Force Research Lab, according to a press release. ...

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Pueblo manufacturing companies learn how to save on electricity costs

The Pueblo manufacturing companies that create everything from concrete railroad ties to bricks to tiny homes have learned how to save thousands of dollars in energy costs through a free program from the Colorado Energy Office. The Strategic Industrial Energy Management program is a one-year class that runs in different parts of the state every year. This year, the manufacturing ...

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New implementation service offer available for composites manufacturers through the RUAG and Virtek partnership.

WATERLOO, ON, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Virtek Vision, market leader in 3D laser vision solutions, is pleased to announce the formation of a global partnership with RUAG, technology partner of the Swiss Armed Forces. RUAG presents a new range of services to aerospace manufacturers using Virtek systems. They will help users create projection files, either from existing ...

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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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