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Intel CEO Takes Pay Cut as Chip Maker Targets Cost Reductions

February 1, 2023

Via: The Wall Street Journal

Intel Corp. INTC 3.45%increase; green up pointing triangle Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger and other managers are taking pay cuts, days after the chip maker posted quarterly earnings that disappointed Wall Street and spurred a downgrade in the company’s credit rating. […]


News

New leadership at Phoenix Contact Development and Manufacturing

January 31, 2023

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

Phoenix Contact announces the promotion of Davis Mathews and Heath Scoggin as the new leadership team for Phoenix Contact Development and Manufacturing, Inc. Mathews and Scoggin will lead the Industry Management and Automation (IMA) and Industrial Components and Electronics (ICE) […]


Logistics, Process

JLT Mobile Computers targets the port, manufacturing, and warehousing segments with upgraded JLT6012™ computer

January 31, 2023

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

Växjö, Sweden, 31 January 2023 * * * JLT Mobile Computers, a leading developer of reliable computing solutions for demanding environments, has upgraded its powerful and versatile JLT6012 rugged vehicle-mount terminals (VMTs). Originally developed for demanding warehouse and logistics applications […]


Industry Focus Areas, Motorized Vehicle

Toshiba mosfet package for 400A automotive use

January 31, 2023

Via: Electronics Weekly

Branded L-TOGL and measuring 9.9 x 11.8 x 2.3mm (right), the AEC-Q101-capable package is designed for up to 175°C, 100V, 400A, 750W, with minimum mosfet device Rds(on) around 300μΩ. This compares with 250A, 372W and ~740μΩ from the company’s existing […]


Industry Focus Areas, Motorized Vehicle

GMC’s First 2024 Hummer SUV EV Sells for $500,000 — Way Cheaper Than the First Pickup?

January 31, 2023

Via: Tech Times

GMC’s first-ever 2024 all-electric Hummer SUV has sold for a whopping $500,000 in a recent auction. Although the first Hummer EV SUV sold for a hefty amount, it is way cheaper than the first Hummer EV pickup. GMC’s First 2024 […]


Industry Focus Areas, Motorized Vehicle

TravelCenters of America Plans EV Fast-Charger Build-Out

January 30, 2023

Via: The Wall Street Journal

TravelCenters of America Inc. TA -2.53%decrease; red down pointing triangle and Electrify America LLC plan to build around 1,000 electric-vehicle fast chargers across the U.S. starting this year, the latest matchup that would boost the amount of equipment available to […]


Process, Production

Memory-Chip Makers Face a Prolonged Price Slump

January 30, 2023

Via: The Wall Street Journal

Memory-chip prices, which dropped steeply over the past year, are expected to keep falling in the first half of 2023, putting more pressure on an industry that has already cut investments and jobs. Average prices for the two main types […]


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Q4 loss at Intel

January 27, 2023

Via: Electronics Weekly

“Clearly the financials aren’t what we hoped for, but we’re also pleased with the execution process we made,” said CEO Pat Gelsinger (pictured) “the macro is difficult. It was difficult in Q4. We expect it to remain difficult as we […]


News, Process, Production

The United States is Losing Its Innovation Edge Over China, a New Report Warns

January 24, 2023

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

Iprobably don’t need to remind readers of this blog that the conventional wisdom for decades from much of the American elite was that offshoring U.S. production was totally the way to go. The thinking went that as long as the […]


News

Tea Company’s First South Carolina Plant To Create 100+ Jobs

January 24, 2023

Via: Business Facilities Magazine

Milo’s Tea Company will invest $130 million to establish its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County. The Alabama-based beverage company’s new plant will create 103 new jobs. Milo’s expects to break ground by mid-March 2023 and start production of […]


Design & Planning, Process

Sakuu Selects Porsche Consulting for Design of Commercial-Scale Battery Manufacturing Plants

January 23, 2023

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

Sakuu, pioneer of 3D printed Swift Print™ solid-state battery technology, today announces that it has selected Porsche Consulting (“Porsche Consulting, Inc.”), a subsidiary of the automotive manufacturer Porsche, to lead all aspects of design for its planned global gigafactories. The […]


Energy, Industry Focus Areas

Low-carbon reorientation in the declining steel industry

January 23, 2023

Via: Phys.org

MIOIR Researchers Professor Frank Geels and Dr. Julian Gregory conducted a longitudinal analysis of coevolving contexts and company strategies in the U.K. steel industry. While the existing literature makes important analyses of the technical and economic dimensions of decarbonization pathways, […]


Process, R & D

Why Cloud Computing is Essential for the Modern Manufacturing Industry?

January 20, 2023

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

Cloud computing provides services to enhance manufacturing operations by working with computing power, big data processing, and making decisions based on its insights. Hence, Cloud computing is an essential resource in the modern manufacturing Industry. Cloud computing’s role in manufacturing […]


Process, Production

What origami can teach us about sustainable manufacturing

January 19, 2023

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

‘Origami’ is the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. The goal of origami is to transform a flat sheet of paper into a finished sculpture using intricate and strategic folds. But paper isn’t the only material that can be used […]


Industry Focus Areas, Motorized Vehicle

South Korea is Really Going for It in the U.S. Battery Market

January 18, 2023

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

South Korea’s energy manufacturers, citing industrial policy passed in Washington last year, are putting a lot of money into facilities in the United States. First consider this week’s announcement that LG Energy Solution, a battery manufacturer, just detailed its plans […]


Logistics, Process, Regulations

Dispute Panel Rules for Looser Rules of Origin for Autos under the USMCA

January 13, 2023

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

President Biden went down Mexico way this week for a North American leaders summit with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) and Canadian President Justin Trudeau, where they pledged to work together to forge stronger regional supply chains. Then […]


News

4 Strategies to Win Over Engineering and Tech Talent

January 12, 2023

Via: Industry Today

To be competitive, manufacturers need to be agile when it comes to tech implementations. This requires a robust talent pipeline of contingent workers that can be scaled up or down as projects develop and evolve. But how can companies build […]


News

Micron, Intel, Chevron Phillips, Hyundai Top 2022 Deals Of The Year

January 12, 2023

Via: Business Facilities Magazine

Micron Technologies’ announcement to invest $100 billion in semiconductor factory facilities in Clay, NY outside Syracuse over the next 20 years has been named Business Facilities’ Platinum 2022 Deal of the Year. The projects recognized with Gold, Silver, and Bronze […]


News

Plastics Industry Association Provides 2022 Industry Recap

January 11, 2023

Via: Quality Magazine

The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) has released “The U.S. Plastics Industry in 2022 in Seven Charts,” a recap of the plastics industry 2022 economic performance, authored by Chief Economist, Dr. Perc Pineda. Dr. Pineda writes, “Seven charts explain how the […]


Energy, Industry Focus Areas

New York City Scrambling to Find Space for EV Chargers

January 9, 2023

Via: The Wall Street Journal

The Big Apple wants to go green. First it needs to figure out where to put thousands of chargers needed for electric vehicles as the state phases out the sale of new gasoline-powered cars and trucks by 2035. Drivers in […]