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It’s Time to Put the EXIM Bank Back in Business

An important step in reviving the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM Bank), idled since July when its authority to do business expired, was taken yesterday when the House of Representatives employed a little-used legislative technique to re-sta…
An important step in reviving the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM Bank), idled since July when its authority to do business expired, was taken yesterday when the Hou… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/its-time-put-exim-bank-back-business/

Is The Future Of Flight Electric?

Electric aircraft, will they ever fly? Well, some already have. But right now they’re just prototypes, very small, and with limited range. Nevertheless, some of the world’s leading aircraft makers are now starting to get serious about research into electr…
Popular Discussions Electric aircraft, will they ever fly? Well, a lot already have. But right now they’re mostly prototypes, small, and with limited range. Nevertheless, some o… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/future-flight-electric/

Australian Manufacturing Exodus: BP, Boeing, Alcoa, Philip Morris Axe Jobs

Already reeling from recent announcements that GM, Toyota and Ford will all close down their direct auto manufacturing operations in Australia over the next few years, there’s more bad news for the nation’s manufacturing sector this week.
Popular Discussions Already reeling from recent announcements that GM, Toyota and Ford will all close down their direct auto manufacturing operations in Australia over the next … http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/australian-manufacturing-exodus-bp-boeing-alcoa-philip-morris-axe-jobs/

Did Outsourcing Lead to Boeing's 787 Problems?

Popular Discussions A recent Seattle Times article makes the case that delays in Boeing’s Dreamliner program--and specifically the plane's recent battery problems--can be … http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/did-outsourcing-lead-boeings-787-problems/

Boeing and the Power of Allies

From the start, the Boeing Dream liner 787 was an ambitious new-product development initiative. With the recent cacophony of negative press plaguing the fuel-efficient airliner, it's hard to recall what a bold move Boeing made in spreading the Dream liner…
From the start, the Boeing Dream liner 787 was an ambitious new-product development initiative. With the recent cacophony of negative press plaguing the fuel-efficient airliner, i… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/boeing-and-power-allies/

Boeing, BMW Join Forces on Carbon Fiber Manufacturing and Recycling

The rapid development of new composite materials for advanced light-weight vehicles is becoming a rich area of innovation and collaboration across different industry sectors.
The rapid development of new composite materials for advanced light-weight vehicles is becoming a rich area of innovation and collaboration across different industry sectors. G… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/boeing-bmw-join-forces-carbon-fiber-manufacturing-and-recycl/

Supply Chain Challenge: Airplane Makers Face Turbulence

The good news for manufacturers of commercial aircraft and their suppliers is that their industry appears to be on the cusp of some very impressive growth that will take place over the next 20 years. The challenging news: in order to meet rapidly increasi…
The good news for manufacturers of commercial aircraft and their suppliers is that their industry appears to be on the cusp of some very impressive growth that will take place ove… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/supply-chain-challenge-airplane-makers-face-turbulence/

How Long Should You Hold onto Manufacturing Data?

U.S. federal officials last week said they have not been able to track down the manufacturing breakdowns that led the fuselage sections of Boeing 757-200 and 737-300 aircraft to tear open during mid-flight last year. The reason: Boeing discarded manufactu…
U.S. federal officials last week said they have not been able to track down the manufacturing breakdowns that led the fuselage sections of Boeing 757-200 and 737-300 aircraft to t… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/how-long-should-you-hold-manufacturing-data/

Green, Lean, But Most of All Innovative: The Future of Aerospace

It’s been a transformational 18 months for the global aerospace and defense sector, argues a new report from French consultancy group Capgemini. After years of declining orders and backlogs, aerospace is now seeing significant growth, mostly driven by the…
Related Articles Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Stay in Touch               Not a Council Member? Click HERE to find out more about the Manufacturing Leadership … http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/green-lean-most-all-innovative-future-aerospace/

Manufacturing Enterprise Communications Announces Additional Manufacturing Leadership Council Members

“We are delighted to welcome executives from Johnson & Johnson, The Boeing Co., Purolator, Ingersoll Rand, Raytheon, the Automation Federation, Covidien, Global Leadership Associates, Owens–Illinois, and Campbell Soup Co. to the Manufacturing Leadership C…
Manufacturing Enterprise Communications Announces Additional Manufacturing Leadership Council Members Johnson & Johnson, The Boeing Co., Purolator, Ingersoll Rand, Raytheon… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/manufacturing-enterprise-communications-announces-additional/

The Yin and Yang of Global Manufacturing

An important part of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s official state visit to the U.S. this week has been the announcement of a number of significant manufacturing deals, including a $19 billion order for 200 airplanes from Boeing. The Boeing deal calls for…
An important part of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s official state visit to the U.S. this week has been the announcement of a number of significant manufacturing deals, inclu… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/yin-and-yang-global-manufacturing/

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