Executive Briefings

While Manufacturing Gains Strength in U.S., Remaining Competitive Requires Planning, Investment

Manufacturing in the U.S. is growing stronger, but maintaining and strengthening America's competitiveness in the global market will require a tremendous measure of planning, effort and focused financial investment.

That's the conclusion of a report from Georgia Tech and the Council on Competitiveness, published after representatives from industry, labor government, and academia gathered at the university's Global Learning Center. The report, entitled U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Initiative: Dialog on Next Generation Supply Networks and Logistics, is available click here to download.

During the two-day event, representatives shared their perspectives on the current state of U.S. manufacturing, the challenges it faces in terms of global competition, and possible solutions to mitigate those obstacles, specifically in terms of supply networks and advanced logistics.

Source: Georgia Tech

That's the conclusion of a report from Georgia Tech and the Council on Competitiveness, published after representatives from industry, labor government, and academia gathered at the university's Global Learning Center. The report, entitled U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Initiative: Dialog on Next Generation Supply Networks and Logistics, is available click here to download.

During the two-day event, representatives shared their perspectives on the current state of U.S. manufacturing, the challenges it faces in terms of global competition, and possible solutions to mitigate those obstacles, specifically in terms of supply networks and advanced logistics.

Source: Georgia Tech