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In Demand: IndustryWeek's Top Reads from the Past 7 Days

April 2, 2021
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What have IndustryWeek community members been viewing during the past seven days at the IW website? We can tell you. Here are the 10 most read articles on from March 26 through April 1. If you haven't read them yet, now is your opportunity. 

Suez Canal Unblocked After Tugboats and Dredging Free Cargo Ship: Traffic through the channel resumed after the Ever Given shipping vessel was freed Monday. Read more. 

Two CEOs Share Their Playbooks for Culture Change: With the challenge defined and a path mapped out, it’s time to embark on the real work. Read more.

Chip Shortage Hits 5 Stellantis Plants in North America: The move affects plants in Illinois and Michigan a plant in Mexico and two Canadian factories. Read more.

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. Read more. 

Has the Robot Apocalypse Arrived? The Steel City has quietly become a robotic powerhouse. Read more. 

Purdue University is Training the Manufacturing Leaders of Tomorrow: Purdue Polytechnic Institute joined with manufacturing companies to create a Smart Manufacturing Industrial Infomatics program. Read more.

J&J Disposes of 15 Million Vaccine Doses After Partner’s Batch Fails Quality Check: The plant, run by Emergent BioSolutions, was not approved by the FDA to produce the vaccine and has been cited previously for quality errors. Read more. 

Still Struggling with IIoT? Ask a Farmer: Today's farms serve as the perfect proof of concept plants as organizations look for successful IIoT deployments. Read more.

Lean as Crisis Intervention: Too often, when hard times hit, lean goes out the window—though it is needed more than ever. Read more.

Boeing Seals Large 737 MAX Order as Airlines Eye Recovery: Southwest Airlines announced it would buy 100 of the planes after discarding a plan to buy from Airbus instead. Read more.

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