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Watch: Panel Discussion at Ranken Technical College

 

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Watch: PACCAR Innovation Center

Discussing the hi-tech, cutting edge future of manufacturing.

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Watch: Panel Discussion with NextFlex

Learn about the future of modern manufacturing

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Watch: Interview with Salesforce

Talking the future of work and our modern industry.

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Watch: JUST Culinary Demonstration

Learn about their innovative Scramble – from bean to table.

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Watch: Infrastructure: Bridging America’s skills gap

Jay Timmons, National Association of Manufacturers president and CEO, and David Farr, Emerson Electric CEO chairman and CEO, discuss how tax cuts and regulatory relief has boosted confidence in manufacturing, and why it is important for American workers to upgrade their skills.

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NAM President & CEO Jay Timmons on Immigration, Trade, and the State of Manufacturing Tour.

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#MFGTour2018 Visit to Bluegrass Community and Technical College

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Watch: Project Demonstration

John demonstrates a laser cutter at Ivy Technical Community College

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2018 State of Manufacturing Tour: Woodford Reserve

Master taster Elizabeth McCall at Woodford Reserve guides a whiskey tasting and talks about the manufacturing process.

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Manufacturing Isn’t ‘Blue Collar,’ It’s ‘New Collar,’ Industry President Says

The world of manufacturing has changed dramatically since the beginning of the 21st century. Roughly 5 million manufacturing jobs have been lost in the U.S. since 2000. But the president of the National Association of Manufacturers, Jay Timmons, is still bullish on manufacturing’s future. Listen Now.

“The good news is we’ve seen a resurgence of manufacturing jobs over the course of the last eight years or so. And last year in particular, 2017, we’ve seen a great deal of optimism from manufacturers who are benefiting from the tax legislation, regulatory relief and hopefully we’ll see this year some infrastructure investment.”

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Creators Wanted Townhall

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NAM CEO Jay Timmons Keynote Address #MFGTour2018

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First Day of the 2018 State of Manufacturing Tour

President and CEO Jay Timmons’ thoughts before the NAM tours Kentucky tomorrow.

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Watch: Student Project Demonstration

Victoria shows us a prosthetic hand.

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Daniel demonstrates his GTAW weld sample.

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2018 State of Manufacturing Tour Opening Remarks

NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons Kicks Off State of Manufacturing Tour

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Column: Creators wanted in manufacturing

 

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“Across America, manufacturers are saying, “We’re hiring. ‘Creators wanted.’” To shine a spotlight on this demand, the NAM is today launching our NAM 2018 State of Manufacturing Tour right here in Michigan, home to around 600,000 manufacturing workers and a state whose influence on manufacturing’s history is as large as its role in determining our future.”

Jay Timmons, NAM President & CEO

“Our focus on this tour is telling the story of modern manufacturing and the incredible opportunities we have for well-paying, rewarding careers—whether it’s a first career or a new career.”

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Taking it to the Street: NAM 2018 State of Manufacturing Tour

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NAM announces 2018 State of Manufacturing Tour

President and CEO Jay Timmons to meet leading manufacturers, elected officials, parents and students while visiting manufacturing facilities across nation. Read More.

“Across America, the nature of work is changing, and the types of jobs we’re creating are shifting. Innovation is transforming the way manufacturers operate, and there is an urgent need for talented and skilled men and women on our shop floors and in our facilities working as coders, technicians, craftspeople, designers, marketers and so much more.”

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NAM 2018 State of Manufacturing Tour Kicks Off Feb. 12

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#MFGTour2018 Launches Tomorrow in Michigan

 

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“Manufacturing contributes an estimated $2.25 trillion to the U.S. economy – and supports 598,800 jobs in Michigan alone. The tour will spotlight the industry’s rapid transformation and focus on its well-paying careers, the industry’s diverse workforce and real-world solutions to support manufacturing’s continued growth. ”

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National Association Of Manufacturers President To Tour Automation Alley Feb. 12

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