U.S. security threatened by growing reliance on foreign manufacturers
Rep. Tom Reed and the House Manufacturing Caucus’ latest meeting brought a new topic to the table: the Defense Industrial Base. Rep. Reed and Rep.
Reed and Manufacturing Advisory Board meet in Jamestown for roundtable discussion on jobs
Rep. Tom Reed and local manufacturers gathered Thursday morning at the Manufacturer’s Association of the Southern Tier (MAST) in Jamestown for a candid discussion of the manufacturing industry’s job creation outlook and a visit to MAST’s training facility.
Residents in Tompkins County could be the latest beneficiaries of natural gas development if the Cayuga Power Plant makes a shift from coal to natural gas. Rep. Tom Reed highlighted today a proposal from the Upstate New York Power Producers to repower the coal-fired plant along Cayuga Lake with natural gas.
Focus on best practices and policies for developing a workforce for the future of manufacturing
Congressmen Tom Reed (R-NY) and Tim Ryan (D-OH), Co-Chairs of the bipartisan House Manufacturing Caucus, held a workforce development panel Thursday with presentations from individuals in both the manufacturing and education sectors on how the two can collaborate.
Congressmen Tom Reed and Tim Ryan, Co-Chairs of the bipartisan House Manufacturing Caucus, held the Caucus’ first event of the 113th Congress Tuesday, a “Manufacturing 101” kick-off event that included presentations from representatives of the National Association of Manufacturers, Cummins Inc.
Rep. Tom Reed has been named the new Chairman of the bipartisan House Manufacturing Caucus, joining Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) as co-chair. The Manufacturing Caucus, founded in 2003, hosts briefings and roundtable discussions with industry experts to help support and spur job creation in manufacturing and associated industries.
Co-Chair and Co-Founder of the House Manufacturing Caucus, Congressman Don Manzullo (R-IL) named Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY) to take over as the Co-Chair of the caucus with fellow Co-Chair and Co-Founder, Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH), in January when the 113th Congress convenes.