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Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-13) discusses the importance of manufactuirng jobs, technology investments, trade policies and taxes.
Representatives Tim Ryan, Mark Takano and Paul Tonko, accompanied by Lieutenant General Michael Dana and Vice Admiral Phil Cullom pushed a large button to transmit the data to the ISS 3D printer. Mr. Donald McCormack, and Made in Space CEO Andrew Rush also took part in the event.
While economists debate whether the U.S. manufacturing industry has hit a recession or a temporary stall due to low energy prices, one thing appears clear – the future of U.S. manufacturing hinges on its ability to evolve and rethink operating models. In a recent study by Morgan Stanley, nearly 75 percent of U.S. plants are more than 20 years old. With aging infrastructure, how will the U.S.
ASME HOSTS 2016 MULTI-SOCIETY “ENGINEERING PUBLIC POLICY SYMPOSIUM”
ASME has once again taken the lead in organizing the annual “Engineering Public Policy Symposium” in Washington, DC on April 19th. Over 130 society leaders from 44 multi-disciplinary engineering organizations (representing more than two million engineers) attended the symposium.
ASME (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) sponsored a Congressional Briefing on Advanced Manufacturing: Gaining the Advantage in a Fiercely Competitive Global Economy. The event held on February 11, 2016 was widely attended by Congressional Staff and industry with nearly 200 attendees.