“Someone’s going to make the robots; I want to see them be made Cleveland, rather than in China.”
America has a very manufacturing-friendly president in the White House – at least rhetorically. But while we can’t tweet our way out of this, there are people looking at the future of manufacturing very closely.
A couple of them gathered at the City Club of Cleveland on Friday afternoon to talk about it. A panel, including Alliance for American Manufacturing Scott Paul, discussed workforce training, the rise of automation, and the culpability of trade policy in the manufacturing sector’s tumultuous recent history.
Want to catch an interesting discussion on what’s facing American manufacturing as the work week winds down? Watch the whole thing right here: