If your world is all about manufacturing, you’ve come to the right place.
Welcome to the new Manufacturing.net, the most comprehensive, web-based news service dedicated solely to the business of manufacturing. At Manufacturing.net, our aim is to provide manufacturing executives with the most up-to-the minute news and information affecting the industry. We’ll be writing extensively on the latest trends in the business, providing features examining the personalities and technology driving the manufacturing world, and offering analysis and opinion pieces, all in an effort to arm you with the knowledge that will separate you from the pack, and make it easier for you to run your business.
How will we do it? By combining a team of talented and experienced business and manufacturing journalists whose purpose is to cover the manufacturing industry like never before. If you want your local forecast, the latest sports scores, or to Google a long-lost high-school pal, our site isn’t for you. On the other hand, if you’ve been mulling the latest in managing product lifecycle, or the impact of a softening dollar on your manufacturing business, we think you’ll find Manufacturing.net of great value. Our writers and editors have decades of combined experience covering the manufacturing industry, backed by the resources of Reed Business Information, one of the world’s leading publishers of business news.
In an age when an overload of information is often an impediment to doing your job efficiently, Manufacturing.net will focus on the issues most vital to your business. It’s a reality that we’re all pressed for time, so why not use the site to eliminate the news clutter you encounter every day and instead focus on the manufacturing issues that impact your business and your customers? You’ll find our site easy to navigate, with the day’s headline news updated regularly and a separate section on eight different manufacturing categories. Manufacturing.net will feature white papers from some of the best minds in the industry, case studies, economic data, event calendars, and links to other great manufacturing resources.
In coming weeks, Manufacturing.net will be rolling out a host of valuable on-line tools for our readers; live Web interviews, on-line surveys, even blogs, all in addition to the high-quality journalism you will come to rely on from us everyday. So, take a tour of the only website dedicated exclusively to manufacturing news, and please send me a note to let us know how we can serve you better.