The Podcast of the Alliance for American Manufacturing
How THIS NIGHT Socks Is Aiming to Revive the Knitting Mills of Reading, Pa.
Inspired by the legacy of textile manufacturing in her hometown, Reading, Pa., Kate Williamson dreamed of making socks as a child. When her father came across an ad for a local knitting mill, the only one remaining in Reading, Williamson found a critical mentor who helped her launch her own sock company years later.
The Commerce Department publicly released its "Section 232" report on national security threats posed by steel imports on Feb. 16. With President Trump's action imminent, brush up on what "Section 232" means for steel.
Vinyl Record Maker Finds His Groove Just Outside D.C.
Music and manufacturing merge at Furnace Record Pressing's 50,000 square-foot vinyl record plant in Alexandria, Va. Join Scott Paul on a tour of Furnace's new facility and a conversation with Furnace's CEO and Operations Manager.
Ford Gears Up for the Future of Auto Manufacturing
Autonomous vehicles may sound like they're straight out of science fiction, but the day you'll see one on your street isn't far. Ford's Curt Magleby tells Scott Paul how his company is keeping the future of auto manufacturing in America.
Shop Made in DC: Finally a Place to Support the District
Shop Made in DC co-founder Stacey Price always wanted a place to support local makers, and when a space opened near DuPont Circle, she jumped at the chance to highlight D.C.'s best. Since then, sales have expanded production lines and fostered a new sense of community.