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Manufacturing as a Career Choice for Women

Many industrial companies are now looking at bringing in and retaining women as a tool for meeting the growing challenge of filling the skills gap created from retirement and other factors. Meanwhile, women are learning through fuller educational channels and programs such as mentoring why manufacturing is a good career choice. MORE

Two More Weeks: 3 Tracks, 30 Sessions, 100 People

Extensive learning awaits attendees of VMA’s Valve Industry Knowledge Forum, April 9-11 in Birmingham, AL. The program offers topics from one of three tracks—Technical, Manufacturing, and Management & Marketing for everyone from newcomers to seasoned professionals. Register today while space is still available. MORE

 

Knowledge Forum

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Highland Foundry Wins Sulzer Excellence Award MORE

Hunt Valve Acquires Montreal Bronze MORE

Valtorc Joins VMA MORE

Tony Pecora Retiring from AUMA Actuators MORE

Spirax-Sarco to Acquire Thermocoax MORE

Emerson Earns Industry-First Certification MORE


 

END-USER NEWS

BP, Other Oil Majors Looking to Renewables in U.S. MORE

U.S. Nuclear Power Generation Hit New High in 2018 MORE

U.S. Chemical Production Declines in February MORE

Ethanol Exporters to Face More Rivalry MORE

U.S. Gulf Area Now a Net Exporter of Crude MORE



NABE Predicts GDP Slowdown Over Next Few Years

Real gross domestic product (GDP) growth will slow from 2.9% in 2018 to 2.4% by 2019 and 2% by 2020, according to the National Association for Business Economics Outlook Survey. MORE

Replacing Control Valves with Pressure Regulators

In the bioprocessing industry, the critical need for precise pressures and flow rates means that pressure regulators could be a better flow control solution than control valves. MORE

VALVE MAGAZINE

In Winter 2019:

Electronic Threat Protection for Process Controls

Threats via electronic means have become one of today’s major risks to the valve industry as well as to many end users. Winter’s issue addressed what’s happening and what we can expect in years to come. MORE
 

Spring 2019 will cover:

Electric Actuators in the Oil and Gas Industry

Spring’s issue shows how electric actuators will be a key in the future of intelligent control of processes and the data that increasingly plays a role in the oil and gas business.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Texas Manufacturing Activity Continues to Grow MORE

Leading Economic Indicators End Five-Month Skid MORE

Factory Orders Barely Rise in January MORE

Small Business Optimism Stabilizes in February MORE

Manufacturing Production Down Second Straight Month MORE

 


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