ISM: U.S. Manufacturing Growth Slows Slightly, Faces COVID-Induced Challenges

Economic activity in the U.S. manufacturing sector grew at a slower pace in January compared with December, largely due to an increase in COVID-19…

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Fri Feb 05 2021

North American Industrial Manufacturing Outlook: Fairly Robust 2020 Spending to Increase in 2021-22

Project spending by the Industrial Manufacturing Industry took a dip in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but remained relatively robust and is only expected…

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Thu Jan 28 2021

Let the Chips Fall Where They May - Semiconductor Shortage Stymies Automakers

An eight-day shutdown at Ford Motor Company's (NYSE:F) (Dearborn, Michigan) Louisville Assembly Plant in Kentucky has drawn a lot of news media attention as…

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Tue Jan 19 2021

U.S. Mid-Atlantic Region Plans for More than $2.8 Billion in First-Quarter Industrial Manufacturing Project Starts

Like other U.S. regions, the Mid-Atlantic region, which includes Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia, is seeing…

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Mon Dec 21 2020

U.S. Northeast to See More than $5.8 Billion in First-Quarter Industrial Manufacturing Project Starts

The U.S. Northeast, which includes Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, has one of the strongest showings for upcoming Industrial Manufacturing project starts…

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Fri Dec 18 2020

ISM: U.S. Manufacturing Growth Slows Slightly, Faces COVID-Induced Challenges

Economic activity in the U.S. manufacturing sector grew at a slower pace in January compared with December, largely due to an increase in COVID-19 cases that caused labor shortages for manufacturers and their suppliers, according to the Institute for Supply Management's (ISM) (Tempe, Arizona) Report on Business. Industrial Info is tracking more than $25 billion in high- and medium-probability »

North American Industrial Manufacturing Outlook: Fairly Robust 2020 Spending to Increase in 2021-22

Project spending by the Industrial Manufacturing Industry took a dip in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but remained relatively robust and is only expected to increase in the next two years, according to David Pickering, Industrial Info's vice of president of research for the industry. About $25 billion of spending was delayed in early 2020 as coronavirus hit North »

Let the Chips Fall Where They May - Semiconductor Shortage Stymies Automakers

An eight-day shutdown at Ford Motor Company's (NYSE:F) (Dearborn, Michigan) Louisville Assembly Plant in Kentucky has drawn a lot of news media attention as a symptom of a global semiconductor shortage. Ford pushed forward a scheduled downtime period to January 11, citing a lack of available computer chips for its vehicles, according to local television station WDRB. Production at »

U.S. Mid-Atlantic Region Plans for More than $2.8 Billion in First-Quarter Industrial Manufacturing Project Starts

Like other U.S. regions, the Mid-Atlantic region, which includes Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia, is seeing strong Industrial Manufacturing activity in the upcoming first quarter of 2021. The projects cover a range of sectors, including data centers, distribution and warehousing, and automotive. Virginia, with more than $1.6 billion in planned »

U.S. Northeast to See More than $5.8 Billion in First-Quarter Industrial Manufacturing Project Starts

The U.S. Northeast, which includes Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, has one of the strongest showings for upcoming Industrial Manufacturing project starts in the country, with plans for more than $5.8 billion in first-quarter project starts. The projects cover a diverse range of sectors, including airport projects, semiconductors and computers, microgrids, and warehousing and distribution. New »