623 of all respondents expect their operationsrsquo tonsshipped to rise in 2017 compared to 2016 This positive result frames our understanding of numerous other insights drawn from the 2017 FORGING Business Outlook survey

62.3% of all respondents expect their operations’ tons/shipped to rise in 2017, compared to 2016. This positive result frames our understanding of numerous other insights drawn from the 2017 FORGING Business Outlook survey

2017 Forging Business Outlook

Readers’ insights and impressions inform a customized view of one critical manufacturing business – and make it possible to project the possibilities and opportunities in the year ahead. Who, what, how much? An even break More competitive imports Simulation’s real effects

The great business challenges of our age revolve around “customization”: how can something be designed effectively and manufactured efficiently while still allowing the buyer to indulge the sensation that he or she is individual, valued, unique.  Manufacturers are caught squarely in the middle of this: a designer can pitch an idea to a consumer; a consumer can issue demands to a designer; but neither one will realize anything without a producer, a builder, or a manufacturer to make it r

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