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July 25, 2017
Modern Machine Shop: Foundation Forms to Provide Financial Aid to Regional Manufacturing Students

The LANTMA Foundation (Los Angeles, California) has recently been formed to provide financial assistance to students learning the skills needed to join the U.S. manufacturing workforce. The all-volunteer organization was started by three local business leaders in Southern California to address...

July 25, 2017
PV Magazine: Coalition coalesces around fighting Sunvia’s Section 201 trade case

It’s nice to know (Sir Issac) Newton’s First and Third Laws of Motion are still operable nearly four centuries after his death.


The world-renowned scientist, known to most children as the man who discovered the theory of gravity after being hit on the head by a falling apple...

July 25, 2017
Solar Industry: Groups Rally Against Solar Trade Case With New Coalition

A coalition has formed in opposition of the Section 201 trade petition currently under review by the U.S. government. Filed by bankrupt PV manufacturer Suniva and later joined by SolarWorld Americas, the petition seeks to impose new global tariffs and minimum prices on solar cells and modules...

July 24, 2017
Meadville Tribune: NTMA awards 13 scholarships to area students

Thirteen northwestern Pennsylvania students have been awarded a total of $12,250 in scholarships for 2017 from the Northwestern Pennsylvania NTMA Education Foundation.


Eligible students must reside in northwestern Pennsylvania, have graduated high school or its equivalent,...

July 21, 2017
Axios: Solar trade battles escalate with new coalition arrival

Launching today: The Energy Trade Action Coalition is a broad industry group that says it will fight against the petition from two solar panel manufacturers for steep duties on imported solar components and solar "protectionism" more broadly.


The group encompasses trade...

July 21, 2017
The Hill: Coalition launches to fight solar panel tariffs

A broad industry and conservative coalition launched Friday to fight potential tariffs on imported solar panels.

Energy Trade Action Coalition includes mainly non-solar companies, along with trade associations, utilities, retailers, unions, conservative groups and others.

It was...

July 14, 2017
Think Progress: Proposed tariffs could let Trump crush the solar industry

Trade officials are weighing new tariffs on imported solar cells that, if passed, would send shockwaves through the industry. By blocking the influx of cheap panels from overseas, tariffs would stunt demand for solar, dealing a critical blow to U.S. installers. By one estimate one-third of the...

July 03, 2017
Greenfield Recorder: UMass Amherst unveils high-tech labs

More than 100 firms both big and small gathered Friday at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for the grand opening of fancy new laboratories meant to push the advanced manufacturing industry forward in the region.


Located inside the Institute for Applied Science...

June 22, 2017
Crain's Cleveland Business: Parker Hannifin opens center focused on advanced manufacturing exploration

Parker Hannifin Corp. recently opened a center in Macedonia focused on advanced manufacturing techniques, like 3D printing or collaborative robotics.

A news release called the space an "advanced manufacturing learning and development center" and described it as a place where engineers can...

June 01, 2017
One Voice Press Release: U.S. Steel-Consuming Manufacturers Oppose Steel Tariffs; Urge Deliberative Approach in 232 Steel Investigation

WASHINGTON, DC—June 1, 2017—The National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA) and the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) urged the Trump administration to take a deliberative approach in the Section 232 National Security Investigation of Imports of Steel,...