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Collaboration with Communities Helps Food Processors Flourish

November 28th, 2012 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran Food processing firms looking for ways to gain competitive advantages search for locations that offer a combination of business must haves, as well as opportunities to think and act creatively. They also need interaction with community ...

Composite Materials Industry Turns the Tide

November 28th, 2012 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran KLW Plastics Inc. is a visionary company that won over, through testing and demonstrated product integrity, a governing body to make an exemption in its regulations, which allowed the company to fully put its sustainable closed ...

International Students Contribute more than $21.8 Billion to the U.S. Economy

November 12th, 2012 Comments Off
During the 2011–2012 academic year, California, New York, and Texas welcomed the largest numbers of international students, and those and other states across the country saw substantial benefits from spending by these students and their families on living expenses, ...

Data Centers Maximize Uptime

November 1st, 2012 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran Consistent increases in capital expenditures are one of the leading challenges companies face as they work to stay on top of cooling and power requirements in regard to data center needs and cloud computing activities. Today, ...

Innovations Reviving Manufacturing

October 5th, 2012 Comments Off
Companies can achieve future goals by teaming up with a cooperative community. By Rachel Duran The greening of industries such as automotive will play a vital role in shaping the direction of the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing companies continue to ...

Effortless Distribution

October 5th, 2012 Comments Off
Looking for new market opportunities? Strategically located communities are at the ready to support your vision. By Rachel Duran Once Caterpillar Inc.’s new manufacturing facility is operational in Clarke and Oconee counties, Ga., in 2013, it will send nearly ...

Manufacturers Guide Workforce Training

September 12th, 2012 Comments Off
by Rachel Duran During the past few years, for many manufacturers, it has been sink or swim. While manufacturers are improving processes and boosting innovation by becoming lean, more productive, and producing higher quality products, they continue to use ...

Navigating Supply Chain Optimization

September 6th, 2012 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran The biggest opportunity in today’s manufacturing supply chain can also be one of its biggest headaches if not well managed. The opportunity comes in developing a unified strategy across a company and its extended enterprise to ...

Aerospace Industry Works to Keep America Second to None

February 1st, 2012 Comments Off
By the Aerospace Industries Association Editor’s Note: The following content is excerpted from the Aerospace Industries Association’s “2011 Year-End Review and Forecast,” which was presented at AIA’s 47th annual Year-end Review and Forecast Luncheon on Dec.14, 2011, in Washington, ...
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