September 26, 2023


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Training for Skilled Trades: Essential for Manufacturing Survival
Modern Machine Shop: Top Shops Conference: How to Benchmark Your Business

Dave Tilstone, National Tooling & Machining Association president, shares why it is important for owners, executives and engineers at machining facilities to attend events such as this that can help them benchmark their business with an eye toward growing their business.

When you are...

Bangor Daily News: Maine trails rest of New England in advanced manufacturing

PORTLAND, Maine — New England is primed to compete with other regions in advanced manufacturing, according to a study released Wednesday, but Maine’s share of such jobs lags behind the rest of the region.

The study, commissioned by the New England Council and completed by national...

Business Conditions Report: February 2013

CLEVELAND, OH—February 19, 2013—According to the February 2013 Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) Business Conditions Report, metalforming companies expect a spike in business conditions during the next three months.  Conducted monthly, the report is an economic indicator for...

Cleveland Plain Dealer:Short on skilled workers, employers offer training, chance to grow: Pathways to Prosperity

Help-wanted ads and online job boards, career fairs, even employment agencies … nothing seemed to bring in the skilled, blue-collar workers employers needed. So, they decided to grow their own.

Ohio CAT, Ohio’s main authorized Caterpillar dealer headquartered in Broadview Heights, created...

Enviro News: US Solar Industry Hangs in the Balance as ITC Tariff Decision Looms- Nearly 90,000 Jobs at Risk

A hearing at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) set for August 15, 2017, may decide the fate of the nation’s solar industry. Prompted by two major solar cell and panel manufacturers, SolarWorld and Suniva, the ITC is investigating whether these companies have been harmed by a flood of...

FOX 13: Manufacturing makes a comeback in Bay Area

Manufacturing is a growing industry in the Tampa Bay area, but there aren’t enough skilled people to fill the jobs.

It’s a challenge companies face across the state, and Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to pump $36 million into vocational and technical training programs to help meet those demands...

Modern Machine Shop: Top Shops: Live in Indianapolis

This year, we’re taking the next logical step in moving our Top Shops benchmarking program forward by hosting our inaugural Top Shops Conference, September 5-7, at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana.

During initial discussions about the presentations, panels and keynotes we’d offer...

Politico Influence: Flying In

Members of the Precision Metalforming Association and the National Tooling and Machining Association are on the Hill today to voice concerns about the Trump administration’s steel and aluminum tariffs. (They’re in town for the One Voice for Manufacturing Legislative Fly-in and Conference.) The...