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The January PMI, the index used by the ISM to measure growth, was up 1.5 percent over December at 56.0 (a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth) and its highest reading since November 2014’s 57.6.

ProcureCon’s Annual CPO Study released today indicates that procurement is looking forward to greater levels of automation, Big Data utilization, and more internal client-friendly sourcing tools.

When President Trump fulfilled his campaign promise to pull the U.S. out of the proposed Transpacific Trade Partnership (TPP), many trade analysts expressed stronger support of existing ASEAN relationships.

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While most of the world withdraws inward, Southeast Asia is practicing effective cooperation between the state and private sectors to improve its logistics infrastructure and services to attract even more multi-national interest.

After a disappointing 2016 in automation sales, declining revenues for many equipment suppliers and investment uncertainties in numerous end markets, vendors in industrial automation are hoping for a brighter 2017, contend manufacturing technology analysts.

After working in the industry for nearly 30 years, I see supply chains analogies in everything I do. Attending the Women’s March on Washington last week was no exception.




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