Manufacturing News

Harmar Mobility nearly triples space, consolidates two KC-area facilities into one new manufacturing hub
A rapidly growing Florida manufacturer has moved into a newly built industrial park in Raymore. Here's what the move means for the company and its local employees.
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Why Phoenix is courting more Japanese businesses to set up shop in Arizona
The Greater Phoenix Economic Council recently held its fourth delegation with Japanese companies, mostly in the semiconductor industry, at its offices in downtown Phoenix. Here's why Arizona could attract more businesses from Japan.
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Charlotte Pipe ramping up work on $80M plastics plant in Kansas
The factory, which includes offices, a parking lot and a pipe yard, is located on 80 acres near Wichita.
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Affordable housing operator plans more growth in Phoenix, nationwide
With a new president in place, a Texas-based owner and operator of manufactured housing and recreational vehicle communities in 24 states is sizing up growth plans in the Valley and several other states.
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Is now the time to buy an electric vehicle?
If you’re in the market for an EV, PHEV or pure hybrid vehicle, the market is more confusing and frustrating than ever.
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Spirit AeroSystems says it can't predict effects of Max 9 grounding
Boeing's 737 Max program represents 45% of Spirit AeroSystems net revenue. What does that mean for 2024?
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