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Forbes Skilled labor is becoming increasingly difficult to find. Whether it’s due to more conservative hiring practices, changing demographics or negative perceptions of "manufacturing" jobs, the demand for high-skill labor is growing faster than supply. Businesses across the globe are finding it hard to hire and retain enough workers to support their growth despite a rising global population; and industry experts are predicting the situation will worsen over the next twenty years.
Romax Technology With the growing interest within industry to lower carbon emissions, many major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have moved towards developing low carbon electro-mechanical drivelines and vehicle technologies.
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Automation World We’re all aware of how critical manufacturing has been to the U.S. economy over the past several decades. Most of us are equally aware that it still plays a huge role. But do you realize how big a role it still plays?
The Information Daily A highly skilled and agile work force with a focus on cross discipline and innovation will create a more personal and local manufacturing sector in the future. The government has just published the Foresight Report into the future of British manufacturing, detailing what industry could look like in 2050.
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Holiday shopping raises funds for gear education and research: Shopping portal and search engine give back
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International Business Times Back in August, on his rarely updated blog, renowned auto designer Gordon Murray was touting his T.25 gas and T.27 electric concept city cars. This week at Tokyo Motor Show Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. released details of its Motiv city car concept intended to be built with Murray’s iStream manufacturing and design process.
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New Era Behind the eye-popping aircraft deals – Boeing received over a $100 billion in orders at last week’s Dubai Air Show – it is in large part the engine makers who are driving the mega sales say experts. They may not be as well-known as Boeing or Airbus, but the major engine manufacturers – US companies General Electric and Pratt and Whitney, Britain’s Rolls-Royce and France’s Safran – account for major part of the aviation market.
Brisbane Times Job losses are expected in Brisbane with mining investment in Queensland due to fall 40 per cent in the next five years, according to a leading economist. BIS Shrapnel chief economist Frank Gelper said the downturn in investment would be offset by an increase in mining production but that would not be enough to save jobs in the capital city.
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MLive Months after murmurs among workers that the Flint Engine Operations plant near the corner Van Slyke and Bristol roads would close by year’s end, workers at the plant celebrated the promise of a bright future Wednesday with the unveiling the 3.6-liter V6 engine for the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup truck.
Automotive News Mercedes-Benz wants to establish a so-called "agile production" system in its engine assembly operations, production and purchasing boss Andreas Renschler said. A capacity-driven ramp up is a key attribute of this new production philosophy. Whatever the variant, production can be increased in stages with the installation of additional equipment modules, he said.
Cincinnati Gearing Systems Inc.
The Truth About Cars Next year, Jaguar Land Rover’s new $750 million dollar engine plant in Wolverhampton, England will start building a JLR designed four cylinder diesel and about a year and a half later than that the factory will start producing a turbo four cylinder petrol engine.
Bloomberg General Electric Co. (GE), the largest U.S. producer of wind turbines, agreed to supply 795 megawatts of systems for projects in Brazil and Colorado. GE won contracts for 545 megawatts in Brazil, about 63 percent of the capacity awarded in a government-organized auction.
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Industry Week Global raw steel production inched up less than 1% from September to October, with output declining in China but rising in other large producer nations. Total worldwide production was 134,262,000 metric tons, 0.9% more than the revised total for September.
Industry Week The chief executive of French mining group Eramet has blamed oversupply in the world nickel market for steep losses at a subsidiary as China ramps up its own production, with little end in sight.
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