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Florida Becomes High-Tech Hub for Manufacturers

Florida Becomes High-Tech Hub for Manufacturers
Florida has long been known as the gateway to space and key location for trade with South America, but the state's advanced manufacturing industry is growing and companies around

Steel – Made Right Here at Home

Steel – Made Right Here at Home
Part of President Obama’s agenda is to bring manufacturing right back to the United States and Rich Merlo, CEO of JDM Steel Service Inc, is working hard to do just that.

Cleaning-up in the Washroom Industry

Cleaning-up in the Washroom Industry
Why Clean Restrooms Are Important to Business. Responding to the growing need for up-to-date and top quality washroom products, Newton Distributing Company, Inc.

Manufacturing Tips for Small Business Owners

Manufacturing Tips for Small Business Owners
For small businesses around the world, the process of delivering goods to consumers often requires entering into the world of manufacturing contracts. Small businesses and manufacturers

Great Promotional Products Boost Brand Recognition

Great Promotional Products Boost Brand Recognition
Promotional products are the perfect way for a company, business or organization to introduce themselves to a wide variety of people in whimsical, useful and memorable ways.

NASA satellite UARS Expected to Fall to Earth

NASA satellite UARS Expected to Fall to Earth
The NASA satellite UARS, the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite, is expected to break its way into the Earth’s atmosphere sometime between Thursday and Saturday.

Manufacturing Success – in the U.S.

Manufacturing Success – in the U.S.
The U.S. is still experiencing a volatile economic climate, but occasionally some bright spots appear. A recent report from the Federal Reserve, for instance, noted that the

Going the Distance

Going the Distance
Listening to the needs of the industry and responding accordingly.

Russian Cargo Ship Crashes

Russian Cargo Ship Crashes
According to NASA officials, an unmanned Russian cargo ship filled with tons of supplies for astronauts aboard the International Space Station malfunctioned today and crashed back into earth. The ship blasted off at 9 a.m. ET and was due to arrive at the station on Friday.

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