Iron Castings - May 27, 2022
Global MFG - Apr 28, 2022
Gdp: U.S. Economy Contracts, Investment in Structures Down Again, Says ABC
CE Staff | Compact Equipment #economy #supplychain
Iron Castings - Apr 12, 2022
Casting of the Year: Waupaca's Collaboration on a Backhoe Bucket
Shannon Wetzel | Modern Casting #award #casting #castiron #innovation #iron-casting #marinette #reshoring #supplychain #tellcity
Environmental - Mar 2, 2022
Economic Fallout from Russia's War Ripples Across the Globe
Paul Wiseman and David McHugh | Industrial Equipment News #economy #oil #supplychain
Global MFG - Feb 25, 2022
Shipping Expert Warns of Global Fallout from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
Jeff Reinke | Industrial Equipment News #supplychain
Global MFG - Jan 14, 2022
Viewpoint: US pig iron demand to rise on EAF growth
Zach Schumacher | Argus Media #materials #supplychain #trade
Global MFG - Jan 12, 2022
Edmunds: Shopping for a Car This Year Will Not Be the Same
Industrial Equipment News #automotive #supplychain
Global MFG - Jan 11, 2022
ELFA Announces Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2022
Compact Equipment #economy #supplychain
Global MFG - Dec 10, 2021
Commercial vehicle supply constraints, inflationary ramifications remain front-and-center
David Sickels | Fleet Equipment #economy #supplychain
Global MFG - Nov 15, 2021
Supply Shortages Fueled by Americans' Spending Spree
Paul Wiseman and Tom Krisher | Industrial Equipment News #manufacturing #supplychain
Global MFG - Oct 26, 2021
Ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles to issue surcharge to ocean carriers whose cargo lingers at terminals | Fox Business
Lucas Manfredi | Fox Business #economy #supplychain #water
Global MFG - Oct 21, 2021
Alarming Raw Materials and Energy Costs Situation
Foundries are an important player of the European value chain and home to many qualified workers in rural areas. 70 percent of the approx. 4 700 foundries with 300 000 employees operating in EU are considered small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME), operating mainly in regions, already having suffered from industrial decline in recent years. Their survival is of utmost importance for regional development and prosperity.
Home | foundry-planet.com - B2B Portal #energy #materials #supplychain
Global MFG - Oct 20, 2021
What Happens When the World’s Key Metal Exchange Has No Metal?
What happens when the London Metal Exchange runs out of metal? That’s the question the exchange is urgently trying to address for its flagship copper contract, which sets the global price for one of the world’s most important commodities.
The problem stems from the LME’s physical nature: anyone holding a contract to expiry becomes the owner of a package of metal in an LME warehouse. On the other hand, anyone who has sold one must deliver the metal when the contract expires.
Mark Burton | Bloomberg.com #china #supplychain
China's growing power crunch threatens more global supply chain chaos
A growing power supply crunch in China is triggering blackouts for households and forcing factories to cut production, threatening to slow the country's vast economy and place even more strain on global supply chains.
Jill Disis | cnn.com #china #economy #supplychain
Biden Tries to Tame Inflation by Having LA Port Open 24/7
President Joe Biden tried to reassure Americans on Wednesday that he can tame high inflation, announcing a deal to expand operations at the Port of Los Angeles as prices keep climbing and container ships wait to dock in a traffic jam threatening the U.S. economy and holiday shopping.
Josh Boak | Home | Industrial Equipment News #supplychain
Cass Freight Index: U.S. freight volumes return to pre-pandemic levels in July, costs go higher
Frank Holland | cnbc.com #manufacturing #supplychain #trade #trucking #water
Global MFG - Aug 5, 2021
Shipping Snags Prompt U.S. Firms to Mull Retreat from China
In this April 6, 2021 photo, crew members stand on the bow as the CMA CGM Argentina arrives at PortMiami, the largest container ship to call at a Florida port in Miami. Importers are contending with a perfect storm of supply trouble — rising prices, overwhelmed ports, a shortage of ships, trains, trucks — that is expected to last into 2022.
Paul Wiseman | Industrial Equipment News #manufacturing #supplychain
Global MFG - Jul 27, 2021
Building Smarter Supply Chains
Robert Boyle | Industrial Equipment News #manufacturing #supplier #supplychain
Global MFG - Jul 13, 2021
Truck Drivers and Container Chassis: The Peak Season Shortages to Expect
There’s a wide imbalance within the seaport shipping and receiving ecosystem. Cargo volumes are high, as imports outnumber exports. And shortages in labor and storage space at marine terminals are only making the problem worse. Because of this, serious bottlenecks are causing container dwell times to increase at the ports.
Richard Marks | Supply Chain Brain #supplychain #trucking
Global MFG - Jul 7, 2021
The Key to Supply Chain Resiliency Could be a Circular Approach
Manufacturers and their supply chain leaders are entering a unique period of time. As the world looks to get back on track, both socially and economically following a historic pandemic, new realities are being meshed with lessons-learned to formulate advanced inventory, production and sourcing strategies. Worthy of greater consideration, according to not-for-profit standards developer GSI US, is a circular approach to supply chains.
Jeff Reinke | Industrial Equipment News #supplychain
Ships Sit Anchored as Bottlenecks Disrupt Business Supply Chains
Joyce M. Rosenberg | Industrial Equipment News #supplychain
Iron Castings - Feb 17, 2021
Waupaca Foundry keeps its attention on customer support, employee safety
Chad Elmore | Diesel Progress #iron-casting #safety #supplychain
Global MFG - Jan 24, 2021
Suppliers Struggle To Keep Up With Manufacturing Snap Back
PYMNTS | pymnts.com #economy #supplychain
Global MFG - Nov 25, 2020
Five Key Factors in Planning for a Post-COVID 'Normal'
Edwin Bosso | Industrial Equipment News #economy #manufacturing #supplychain