Industry Today’s Best of the Best - Susan Poeton

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Take a look at the July edition of Industry Today just published. We feature a selection of top companies on the front lines.

To state the obvious, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything.

Manufacturers are dealing with slowdowns in business, as normal operations are hampered by the virus, or even shut down entirely.

What hasn’t changed is manufacturing’s resilience in responding to new challenges with a resoluteness to innovate under unprecedented circumstances that are, to say the least, arduous.

Read about how Boeing and Solvay partnered to produce face shields, Spartech Ohio pivots to plexiglass and hires 30 new full-time employees and GM’s rapid-response to produce face masks.

The good news is that manufacturing in the U.S. is strong, innovative and resourceful.




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