Reshoring may lift US manufacturing
Nov 19, 2013 | 03:14 PM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO The United States needs to elevate the importance of manufacturing to its economy, supported and driven by low-cost, sustainable, domestic energy resources.
Although the metals industry can boast new products, new technologies and processes, and new applications, much more needs to happen to secure manufacturings future as a key driver of the overall economy. These were some of the ideas offered in a panel discussion at Fabtechs conference in Chicago Nov. 18 featuring Jeff Oravitz, president of Lima, Ohio-based MetoKote Corp., and William J.....
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