The IndustryWeek manufacturing community consumed a lot of content over the past week. Here we share the top 10 most popular reads over the past seven days.
- Semiconductor Shortage to Halt Volvo Truck Production: The effect on output will be "substantial," the manufacturer says.
- Top 10 Most Corrupt Countries of 2021: Though the world showed some progress according to the 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index, most countries still fail to tackle corruption effectively, says Transparency International.
- Fujifilm Announces New $2 Billion Medical Plant in North Carolina: The Japanese conglomerate said the plant would create 725 jobs in the area.
- Intel to Spend $20 Billion on Two New US Chip Plants: The announcement comes as U.S. automakers struggle to source semiconductors for vehicle production.
- From Micromanager to Servant Leader: Your employees can tell you which one you are. Are you prepared for the answer?
- Honda to Briefly Suspend 'Most' North America Auto Production: The company cited COVID impact, semiconductor shortages and severe weather as chief causes of the temporary shutdown.
- Training Displaced Workers for Jobs in Manufacturing: The city of Fremont, California, created an earn and learn program to redeploy workers.