US Manufacturing Boom Is About More Than EVs, Chips

US manufacturing construction spending has surged to a record annualized pace of more than $200 billion, but few companies are shuttering factories elsewhere in the world in order to build in America.

For First Time in Two Decades, U.S. Buys More From Mexico Than China

The United States bought more goods from Mexico than China in 2023 for the first time in 20 years, evidence of how much global trade patterns have shifted.

America Projected to Triple Semiconductor Manufacturing by 2032

U.S. forecast to increase its domestic chip manufacturing by 203% in the decade following enactment of the CHIPS and Science Act

US solar manufacturing increases 71%

The US solar panel manufacturing capacity increased by 71% in the first quarter, reaching 200GW of total capacity, with Florida and Texas leading in new installations

U.S. manufacturing could need 3.8 million new employees by 2033

Filling these positions, and keeping them filled, is a top concern for many manufacturers: 65% of respondents pointed to attracting and retaining talent as their primary business challenge.

Almost 2 Million US Manufacturing Jobs May Go Unfilled

As the manufacturing sector continues to grow over the next decade, up to 3.8 million new jobs will need to be filled. Where will employers find the skilled labor?

US Manufacturing Boom Is About More Than EVs, Chips

To build things in America, industrial companies have to establish a supply ecosystem. Projects like Schneider Electric's $85 million expansion in Tennessee start to add up.

Boost in US Manufacturing Spurs Construction Boom

New developments surged to more than 400 million square feet, according to the latest CommercialEdge report.

Robotics Manufacturing Hub to help small and midsize U.S. manufacturer

The ARM Institute’s Robotics Manufacturing Hub is a free resource to help manufacturers navigate these barriers and others by identifying the best business cases for robotics