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Economic Growth Driven by Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry employs nearly 12 million men and women who make things in America. It contributes more than $1.6 trillion to the U.S. economy annually, is the largest driver of economic growth in the nation and accounts for the lion’s share … Continue reading

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Can Illinois Bring Manufacturing Back to Life?

This article reinforces a theme I have heard at no less than four manufacturing related events I have attended in the last year. “Re-shoring” is happening and it is up to the Illinois Government and Labor Unions to see that our state … Continue reading

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Obtaining Better Pricing

Larger companies often get better pricing in many categories of goods and services than their middle market competitors. That is mainly because of the volume of those goods and services they purchase – just another way of saying “volume discount.” They also … Continue reading

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