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Slowdown, but No Immediate Recession, Speakers Say

Economic and industry experts at the recent VMA Market Outlook Workshop said they see a great deal of uncertainty both domestically and internationally. The general consensus was that the decade-long recovery continues, but growth has slowed. The good news: the next recession is not likely in 2019 and may not happen in 2020. MORE

Safety Compliance Reliant on Behavioral Aspects

Despite the many safety devices and procedures in place in today’s workplaces, hundreds of thousands of injuries still occur at work every year in the U.S. Too often the cause is that operators or management circumvent safety measures for reasons such as personal attitudes, peer pressure or production demands. MORE

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Mueller Water Products Building Foundry in Decatur, IL MORE

CPV Names Weingartner to High-Level Sales Position MORE

Trimteck, LCC Joins VMA MORE

Champion Valves Purchased by US Valve LLC MORE

John H. Carter Co. Joins Valve Repair Council MORE

Richards Industries Acquired by Astor Place Holdings MORE

Flowserve Names Chowbey President, Aftermarket Services & Solutions MORE


 
 
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USDA Investing $135M in Rural Water Infrastructure Projects MORE

Permian Midstream Bottlenecks May Clog Output MORE

U.S. Chemical Production Up for Third Straight Month MORE

IEA: Oil Demand Growth at Slowest Pace Since 2008 MORE

Texas Upstream Industry Facing "Headwinds" MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Summer 2019:

Back to Basics: Lean Manufacturing

No two companies follow the same path to lean. Summer’s issue reviews the different types of lean tools and explains how different principles from different tools can be used to best serve an operation.MORE
 

Fall 2019: 

Today's Standards

Valve standards today hardly resemble their parent documents of 25-30 years ago. Fall’s issue discusses what caused them to change so much and where they might go from here.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

U.S. Companies Lead in Value Creation, Asia Catching Up MORE

Global Manufacturing Off to Weak Start in Third Quarter MORE

Texas Manufacturing Continues Moderate Expansion MORE

U.S. Added 164,000 Jobs in July MORE

Consumer Confidence Rebounded Last Month MORE

 


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