Say hello to the bullwhip effect.
Local news reported that a "a large pile of cardboard and wood caught on fire at the recycling facility located at the factory". The report said that 800 cubic meters of paper, cardboard and wood caught fire.
So much for any optimism that the US economy can avoid a hard landing.
The one principle of capitalism that drives innovation and, ultimately, profits, is "supply and demand."
What really happens to Recycled Glass? Can Glass be recycled? How do I recycle glass? Today we answer all of these questions and more
Package to reverse decline of nation's semiconductor industry will only go so far.
The US economy is a 70% retail and service economy, which means it is entirely reliant on continued growth in domestic consumption in order to maintain all other elements of the system.
It was only fifteen years ago that there were at least nine brands of cars that there aren't anymore. Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Saturn, Mercury, Plymouth, Saab and Hummer. Under each of these banners, whole lines of cars - and trucks and SUVs - were
Which are you going to believe?
"The PMI survey has fallen in June to a level indicative of the manufacturing sector acting as a drag on GDP..."
- Compares US Incidents to Global Trends
SpaceX COO and President Gwynn Shotwell says SpaceX wants to produce a rocket per day.
Hopefully will not take long to get 3 plants up when large transformer is replaced.
Since mid-May, real-time indicators warned the labor market had hit a brick wall. Piper Sandler predicted last week that up to a million layoffs or more were ahead as the US economy is on the verge of recession.
"A cooling in new orders growth was in part linked to customers pushing back on high prices..."
"Anyone who wishes to do remote work must be in the office for a minimum (and I mean *minimum*) of 40 hours per week or depart Tesla,"
Toyota has slashed global production in June twice in the last week.
The decision to suspend assembly was "taken out of an abundance of caution", the company stated.
...firms expressed less optimism about the six-month outlook than they did earlier this year...
The health of the US manufacturing sector has become a major political issue in recent years. Populist figures like Donald Trump on the right and Bernie Sanders on the left have seized on the supposed death of American manufacturing to criticize the
Fully and Rapidly Replicable Factories will be the highest impact economic development ever made. They will be more important than the wheel, computers or fire.
Worker productivity fell to start 2022 at its fastest pace in nearly 75 years while labor costs soared as the U.S. struggled with surging Covid cases, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday.
... firms continued to pass higher material and staff costs on to clients in April,
Could we at least manufacture at a WW2 level after a war?????
"They're still a long way from getting out of the combustion side when it comes to the trucks."
We are getting closer to a world where almost every surface can generate clean, low-cost, sustainable energy from the sun.
...'expected business conditions six months from now' crashed...
In this video, I go over the recent Cummins hydrogen investment news and European fuel cell announcements that might have caused bullish movements in U.S EV and hydrogen stocks. I am long $PLUG, $NKLA, $ADN (Advent technologies) and $BE (Bloom Energy
In this video, I share the comments from a $NKLA stock analyst who recently drove the Tre battery-electric semi truck last week.
Manufacturing Output is Solidly Above Pre-pandemic Levels