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Steel Industry Calls For Infrastructure in Next Stimulus Bill
Five major steel industry groups are urging Congress to put infrastructure investment in the next phase of COVID-19 stimulus legislation. “A staggering backlog of substandard bridges,” they say, presents substantial opportunity for putting the country back to work.
Protect Manufacturing Operations from Cyberattack During COVID-19
Early reports indicate an uptick in cybersecurity attacks during the global coronavirus pandemic. A manufacturing innovation hub is presenting a free webinar to help companies protect networks, systems, and data.
‘No Shortage of Work’ – COVID-19 Causing Some Productivity Decline, But Factories Still Producing
MachineMetrics data indicates Automotive slips to No. 4 in machine utilization as Aerospace moves to top position. While average machine utilization drops 2.2 points, the company reports Medical Device and Aerospace Defense sectors are showing upticks.