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.
Planning on Buying a New Car in 2018? Frank DuBois Is Here to Help.
The most popular Manufacturing Report podcast of 2017 was our interview with Frank DuBois, and for good reason. His popular Kogod Made in America Auto Index helps consumers keep American-made in mind as they shop for a new vehicle.
Manufacturing Dominated the National Conversation in 2017. But What Will the Lasting Results Be?
There's little doubt that 2017 was a monumental year for American manufacturing. There was good and bad, major developments and huge disappointments. In this episode, Alliance for American Manufacturing President Scott Paul, Digital Media Director Elizabeth Brotherton-Bunch, Communications Manager Matt McMullan and Press Secretary Jet Moody reflect on the year that was — and put forth a few of their hopes for 2018.
What are your cats and dogs chewing on?
When pets started getting sick from playing with foreign-made pet toys, Pam Wheelock wasn’t surprised. After a successful career as an occupational therapist, the Purrfect Play founder stepped in to produce healthy, sustainable toys for cats and dogs. Knowing that there’s no way to safely farm out pet toy production, Wheelock asks why anyone would put their pet at risk to foreign chemicals and lax safety standards.