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The Manufacturing News Consolidator

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Below is the archive collection of that news categorized by Innovation, Workforce Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Other News.

Innovation News

RoBex Rolls Out a Creative Way to Pay for Equipment

The skills shortage has manufacturers turning to automation. But buying the equipment and technology that will fill the void of workers on the production or packaging lines presents yet another problem. These systems are expensive.…

Top New Dock Equipment

Stay on top of the latest manufacturing equipment for the industry—from discrete to process operations and ranging from buckets to automated systems, including everything in between. Every week, NED is compiling a list of the…

Synthetic data is essential to building capable AI models

Synthesis AI released a new report in conjunction with Vanson Bourne highlighting how 89% of technology executives view synthetic data as a key emerging technology to creating more capable models, cutting the cost of data…

SpaceX Launches First Full-Civilian Crew into Orbit

In a first for private space travel, SpaceX launched four civilians into low-Earth orbit September 15 from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Inspiration4 mission, SpaceX’s fourth crewed space operation, was commissioned by Jared…

News in Plastic Packaging Sustainability

The amount of news related to sustainable packaging developments is overwhelming. In fact, the majority of content posted at PlasticsToday involves sustainability in some way. Yet there are as many features we publish as there…
Workforce Development News

How to Manage Generational Differences in the Workplace

For the first time in history, there are four distinct generations working side by side in the workforce: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. Each of these generations displays discernible patterns of personality traits…

REIMAGINING EDUCATION FOR THE NEW COLLAR WORKFORCE

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, students were facing the ongoing loss of learning opportunities that would shape the rest of their lives and the U.S. economic future. The greatest challenge facing manufacturers of all sizes…

Here’s How to Improve Arc-Flash Safety in the Workplace

An arc flash occurs due to a phase-to-ground or phase-to-phase short circuit. The extreme heat, light, and pressure blasts associated with these events make it necessary to take precautions when engaging in activities that may…

12 project management myths to avoid

Every industry, profession, and company develops and operates with rules and guidelines. Alongside these, myths emerge, and the project management profession is no different. When projects become plenty, work more hectic, and time is limited,…

Ensuring culture fit when hiring remotely

Opening the talent pool beyond commuting range makes it possible to hire great people, but hiring remotely can be a bit like dating via an app: strange and awkward, even if it’s a terrific opportunity.…
Mergers & Acquisitions News

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Other News

Capacity, Inaugurates European Center of Excellence

Compounder Teknor Apex Co. has completed a state-of-the-art 50,000-square-meter facility in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany, which increases its manufacturing capacity of custom compounds and simultaneously establishes a European Center of Excellence for plastics R&D.…

Technical architecture: What IT does for a living

Technical architecture is the sum and substance of what IT deploys to support the enterprise. As such, its management is a key IT practice. We talked about how to go about it in a previous…

Baby Saved Via a Model of Her Heart

The doctors were trying to explain to parents Stephanie and Rory Starks about their desperately ill new-born girl, Jemma. But the words were incomprehensible, alien techno-babble. “They said she had pulmonary atresia with an intact…

The Origins and Evolution of 5 Popular Smart Devices

Today, smart tech is ubiquitous. Approximately 97% of Americans own a smartphone and members of Generation Z have never known a time without the constant connectivity of the internet. However, many of these smart devices…
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