A new report touting the highest job gain in three years
has President Obama encouraged, despite stagnate
unemployment rates. With over 16,000 of these jobs
in the manufacturing sector, this is particularly
news for tool and die makers, who, as highlighted
this month's Feature Article, have faced
challenges over these tough years.
The people holding the purse strings also agree with
the president. The nation's purchasing and supply
executives say economic growth is going to
continue throughout 2010, particularly for
Companies like Mold Craft, Inc. (Willernie, MN)
that chose to invest in automation and technology
during the heart of the recession are now reaping the
rewards of the upswing. Many that sat on the fence
waiting to see what would happen can still get in on
some of the action by using the gradual economic
bounce back as a convenient time to purchase
equipment/software and train employees.
Rezmin Tool and Die is an example of a die
is using its investment in software and machine tools
to combat overseas competition and thrive with
the ability to offer lower prices.
Enjoy the issue,
Director of Marketing
Cimatron Technologies, Inc.