In this issue, IW 1000 Profile -- Jabil Circuit: The Manufacturer's Manufacturer. The global contract manufacturer looks to diversify and grow while maintaining its production prowess and customer focus, and much more!...More
In this issue, join our conversation with Rockwell Automation CEO Keith Nosbusch on connected technology, read Jelly Belly's tale of an ERP Implemention, will millennials be manufacturing's lost generation, and much more....More
From Panasonic and Sony to IBM and Microsoft, the kings of the 20th century are still alive and well, translating their products to the digital age and connecting with a whole new generation of consumers.
The roots of the labor movement in the United States can be traced at least as far back as the settlement of first British colony in Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, when, according to the AFL-CIO's Labor History Timeline,"English planters founded the Jamestown colony and complained about the lack of laborers."
This slideshow takes you inside the 1,550-employee AM/NS Calvert steel finishing plant, which has 2.8 million square feet of buildings, a river terminal, hot strip mill, cold rolling mill, rail yard and four hot dip galvanizing lines.
On its way to the store shelves, Apple's iPhone 6 endured a journey through 785 suppliers, 31 countries and a million hands. This slideshow documents that journey and highlights the impact it has on US manufacturing and the global economy.