Manufacturing News

There are lots of factors that impact manufacturing in the United States, so it is important to stay informed, whatever your industry. The Wiser daily manufacturing news email will help you do that just that. The influences that affect manufacturing include the rate of economic growth in developing countries like China; the cost of oil; globally significant events like natural disasters or war; advances in technology; government policy; and more. The term manufacturing covers any company involved in the production of goods. It includes small businesses with a handful of employees up to major corporations, and it exists in a range of industries. It is in a state of change - since the industrial revolution manufacturing has constantly evolved. It is therefore common to see once thriving companies shut down manufacturing because of weakening consumer demand, or companies moving manufacturing to other parts of the world because of cost. To follow these trends in manufacturing, and to stay up-to-date with the latest industry news and information, sign up for the manufacturing news email from Wiser. Every day we pull together the best articles from around the web and deliver them to you in an easy and quick to use digest.

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Tesla's massive battery in Australia is ready for testing
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Elon Musk finishes building the world’s largest battery, wins bet
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Elon Musk’s New Battery Just Won Him a $50 Million Bet
Fortune Magazine • Emily Price
Mass Customization Is The Future Of Manufacturing
SAP Blogs • Michael Sanduso
The unfortunate side effect of LED lighting
The Verge • Thuy Ong
India-Indian EVs market to hit $300 billion by 2030 finds RMI reports
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Electronic Components, Energy & Utilities
Officials wrongfully charging duty on solar panels: RK Singh
The Economic Times of IndiaKaavya Chandrasekaran
BENGALURU: Renewable energy minister Raj Kumar Singh has complained to finance minister Arun Jaitley that customs officials are demanding duty on imported solar equipment, which has led to ports getting jammed with shipments and jeopardised the prime minister’s flagship programme of accelerating...
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Electronic Components, Radio & Television Equipment
Why Gamers Should Wait Until 2018 To Buy A New 4K TV
ForbesContributor, Erik Kain
There are some amazing deals on 4K television sets out there at the moment. But you shouldn't buy any of them. Black Friday will see numerous outlets featuring dirt cheap sets. Before we get into the meat of this post, here's what...
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Economic Policy, Federal Reserve
Rising Blue Collar Wages A Sign Of Broad-Based Recovery
Seeking AlphaMetalminer
Original Post By Stuart Burns Rising wages would traditionally sound a warning bell for manufacturing companies, but a recent article in The Economist explores many positive aspects of the current surge in blue-collar wages in the U.S. Stagnant wage growth since the...
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Coal Industry, Electric Vehicles
Tesla's massive battery in Australia is ready for testing
CBC Radio-CanadaCbc News
The world's biggest battery is ready for testing in South Australia, with hopes it can help solve the energy problems plaguing that state. Tesla's Elon Musk promised back in March to build the 100-megawatt lithium ion battery within 100 days of signing...
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Electric Vehicles, Electronic Components
Elon Musk finishes building the world’s largest battery, wins bet
Daily DotPhillip Tracy
Elon Musk is a few tests away from completing a challenge to build the world’s most powerful battery in three months. In July, Musk made a bet on Twitter that he could solve South Australia’s energy crisis in 100 days, or he’d...
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Electronic Components, Tesla Motors Inc
Elon Musk’s New Battery Just Won Him a $50 Million Bet
Fortune MagazineEmily Price
Elon Musk just won a $50 million dollar bet. Back in March, the Tesla founder made a bet on Twitter with Mike Cannon-Brookes, the co-founder of Atlassian, an Australian enterprise software company, that he would be able to install the world’s largest...
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Manufacturing
Mass Customization Is The Future Of Manufacturing
SAP BlogsMichael Sanduso
The supply chain network has always been a tough nut to crack. It’s starting to get a lot better now, but in the past there were far too many moving parts. Certain things were a lot more difficult for businesses over the...
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Electronic Components, Technology Industry
The unfortunate side effect of LED lighting
The VergeThuy Ong
Light pollution has increased worldwide because of the prevalence of energy saving LED lights. However, the problem isn’t with the lights themselves — but the fact that the world is getting brighter because LEDs are illuminating places we didn’t bother to light...
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Auto Industry, Electric Vehicles
India-Indian EVs market to hit $300 billion by 2030 finds RMI reports
Renewable Energy MagRobin Whitlock
India could be one of the world’s top countries for manufacturing batteries according to two new reports released by the Rocky Mountain Institute and Indian think tank Niti Ayaog. The growth of India’s battery market is in line with its aspiration to...
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Electronic Components, Energy & Utilities
Good Night To The Night: LEDs Are Increasing Light Pollution, Not Fixing It
ForbesBrid-Aine Parnell, Contributor
The Earth is losing its night-time darkness, at a huge cost to flora, fauna and human well-being, according to a new study. LED lights were supposed to reduce light pollution and energy consumption. But the cheaper efficiencies of LEDs have instead encouraged...
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