Manufacturing Day 2014 exceeded all expectations, with events extending far beyond Oct. 3 to officially wrap up on Dec. 12. A total of 1,679 events were held across North America, in all 50 states, three Canadian provinces and Puerto Rico. For the first time this year, more than a dozen... Continue Reading
In cities where the industrial economy once blossomed — Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo -- decaying rusty shells of abandoned steel, automobile and grain plants line the highways and byways. These shuttered factories tell the tale of a bygone era of manufacturing, and have led...Continue Reading
The co-producers of Manufacturing Day are pleased to announce the recognition received today from the White House regarding the role that this national grassroots event plays in informing tomorrow's workforce about careers.
U.S. manufacturing is central to the foundation of our economy...Continue Reading
In just three years, National Manufacturing Day has achieved more than 1,600 manufacturing plant tours and events with an estimated 100,000+ attending. On October 2nd, President Barack Obama issued a presidential proclamation declaring October 3, 2014 National Manufacturing Day. The... Continue Reading
On Oct. 3, President Obama and Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker will visit Millennium Steel Service in Princeton, Ind., to celebrate Manufacturing Day. Millennium supplies automotive grade steel sheet to Toyota and related parts makers. This is the first time in almost two decades that a...Continue Reading