Nolte Celebrates National Manufacturing Day & Month

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October is National Manufacturing Month! Recognition of this month is dedicated to highlighting manufacturing, the opportunities the industry holds, and the economic impact it has. As a U.S. manufacturer and precision machining supplier for the manufacturing industry, Nolte is proud to recognize manufacturing as essential segment of the United States economy.¬†   Driven by over… Read more »

Developing the Next Generation of Manufacturing

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A decades long shift toward the four-year college track and away from education in skilled manufacturing trades has led to a serious deficit in human resources for a new generation of manufacturing companies that are trying to fill jobs. A recent article posted at The Hill online concerning this skills gap reports, ‚ÄúRetirements and new… Read more »

Meeting A New Generation of Manufacturing Challenges

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Today’s manufacturers are challenged by a marketplace that demands rapidly supplied products that are inexpensive, and tailored to meet specific needs. In order to stay profitable and competitive, businesses are seeking new customers in new markets, and often providing a wide range of product configurations and options to meet new consumer needs. Another challenge is… Read more »

Manufacturing Workforce Future Trends

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A recent study done by the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte predicts a serious shortage in skilled manufacturing talent available to fill job vacancies over the next decade. The study sites two significant contributing factors to the increasing skills gap – economic expansion and baby boomer retirement. Along with retirement and economic expansion, other contributing factors… Read more »

Manufacturing – Attracting Talent Key to Future Prosperity

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According to a recent American Manufacturing News article, by 2030 only 41 million new skilled workers will be available to fill the 79 million jobs left open by specialized manufacturing talent retiring from the workforce. A long-term shift toward the four-year college track and away from education in skilled manufacturing trades has created a serious… Read more »