A wide range of topics caught the attention of IndustryWeek's manufacturing community over the past seven days, led by steel, supply chain disruptions and the opening of a new manufacturing plant in Indiana.
Of course, those weren't the only topics of interest, and below we provide you with the top 10 most read articles from October 22 through October 28. Additionally, check out the "editor's choice" selection.
Let's conclude with our usual admonition: There is a wealth of content available on IndustryWeek.com and we urge you to take some time to catch up with what you may have been missing.
- Cleveland-Cliffs CEO on US-EU Talks: ‘They Are Not Our Friends’ Read now.
- Saab Opens Jet Components Plant in Indiana Read now.
- Supply Chain Snarls ‘Akin to Playing Whac-a-Mole,’ Says GE CEO Read now.
- Unions at GE, Boeing, Textron Push Back on Vaccine Mandates Read now.
- Hertz Rental Car Co. Orders 100,000 Tesla EVs Read now.
- Amazon Robotics to Build a Second US Plant in Massachusetts Read now.
- Made in America: a Showcase of Manufacturing from Alabama to Wyoming Read now.
- GM CEO Says Company Can Catch Tesla in EV Sales by '25 Read now.
- Leading Is Tough Right Now. But You’ve Got This. Read now.
- Top 10 Colleges Turning Out Engineers Read now.
- Manufacturing: The Backbone of America Read now.