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Buy American Laws Will Impact Supply Chains for Federal Contractors The Department of Defense and the Department of Commerce, together with the White House, are taking steps to ensure enforcement of Buy American Laws. It requires the federal government make a preference for domestic goods & manufactured products.
Onshoring increasing nicely in 2017 The number of companies bringing production back to the US or initiating production here has jumped since the 2016 election. In first quarter 2017 that number reached nearly 45,000, up from just over 30,000.
US Manufacturers are Producing More with Less Workers Most Americans unaware that as U.S. manufacturing jobs have disappeared, output has grown. Due in part to the manufacturing industry investing in more machinary, workers becoming more skilled and educated and the streamlining of the manufacturing process.
American Coal Supplier Negotiates Deal to Supply Coal to the Ukraine America's Xcoal Energy & Resources will supply 700,000 tons of coal to Ukraine in 2017. While the Uktaine is coal-rich country social unrest has stopped coal deliveries in parts of the region.
BuyDirectUSA.com Sponsors Featured at the White House During Made in America Week We just want to say congratulations again to everyone who was invited to attend the round table at the White House in July. It is our hope that American manufacturing will continue to grow and in turn help keep jobs in America.
Three GM vehicles top Kogod Made in America study The highest-ranked cars are made by U.S.-based manufacturers using American engines and transmissions, and (with a high) percentage of U.S. and Canadian parts, the study concluded.
Texas Buy American Bill Would Go Into effect May 2019 The bill would require state projects for buildings, roads and bridges to purchase iron and steel from American supplies as long as the cost doesn't exceed 20 percent more for foreign imports.
Steelworkers, machinists upset with Harley-Davidson about plans for Thailand plant Harley says the plant won’t result in any U.S. job losses. The Thailand plant is scheduled to open in late 2018, Harley said Tuesday, and it will assemble bikes from components produced at the company’s U.S. facilities.
Carrier layoffs impacting more than 600 workers to begin this summer The company says around 630 people at their Indianapolis, IN facility will be laid off starting July 20 and lasting through the end of the year.
Teeth Being Restored and Jobs Being Reshored There is money in dentistry and it is for the most part a recession proof industry. However, times change for good or bad and the US based dental manufacturing industry suffered setbacks. Now 3D printing is bringing back to the US from China.