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New to the SUSTAINMENT supplier portal: November 2022

By Katie Sihler - Vice President, Marketing, at Sustainment.tech | Nov 15, 2022

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CompanyWeek Q&A: Building the next generation of manufacturers with SAMP

By Angela Rose | Nov 14, 2022

Arizona

In collaboration with local high schools and Pima Community College, the Southern Arizona Manufacturing Partners has a plan to solve Tucson's machining workforce challenge. CompanyWeek spoke with SAMP President Don Theriault to learn more.

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CompanyWeek Q&A: Jason Fowler, Air & Sea International

By Eric Peterson | Nov 07, 2022

Utah

CompanyWeek recently spoke with Jason Fowler of Air & Sea International to make sense of an increasingly unpredictable supply chain.

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CompanyWeek Q&A: Greg Wilson, Pima Community College

By Angela Rose | Oct 25, 2022

Arizona

Pima Community College’s evolving Center of Excellence in Applied Technology includes a 100,000-square-foot state-of-the-art Advanced Manufacturing building currently under construction. CompanyWeek recently spoke with Greg Wilson, Dean of Applied Technology, to learn more about the $35 million investment.

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CompanyWeek Q&A: Mark Yoss, MSU Denver

By Eric Peterson | Oct 24, 2022

Colorado

Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) is launching the Industry 4.0 Center of Excellence this fall with Mark Yoss at the helm.

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Industry Report: Automation and the Manufacturing Workforce

By Eric Peterson | Oct 04, 2022

Aerospace & Electronics Industrial & Equipment Energy & Enviro Contract Manufacturing Arizona California Colorado Texas Utah

A concerted federal push and snarled overseas supply chains are boosting manufacturing in the U.S. in a time of economic uncertainty. Automation of both manufacturing and administrative processes is a key to the comeback -- and so is an upskilled workforce.