The American manufacturing sector has experienced a slow and quiet resurgence in recent years as more and more companies decide to produce goods within the 50 states.
It is an old, bill-paying habit many people have acquired over the years to help them make sure they pay their bills on time. By paying their bills as soon as they arrive in the mail or email inbox, they … Continue reading
It’s the quiet comeback story of the past year: U.S. based manufacturing has been on the rise and the trend appears to be continuing, according to recent reports by the Institute for Supply Management’s index. According to the ISM report, … Continue reading
U.S.-based manufacturing continues to rise and as a sign of continued economic growth, it doesn’t look to slow down anytime soon. More and more companies are finding it economical to manufacture durable goods here rather than overseas in China.
The final months of 2013 proved to be a better-than-expected for the global manufacturing sector seeing month-after-month growth for the year. According a recent report by the J.P. Morgan Global Manufacturing PMI™, a composite index, December numbers were 53.3 up … Continue reading
The Olympic Games are all about sports competition, athletic ability, and national pride. Yet if you run a business, the Olympics might be all about numbers. This year’s Winter Games, controversially held in Sochi, Russia, will attract audiences the world … Continue reading
If you are a business in the ever-changing manufacturing sector and are in need of cash to improve your cash flow, meet seasonal production demands or manage rapid growth, you can get the cash you need quickly, from an inventory … Continue reading
Like many things in business and in life, moderation is the key to success. Take for instance your business’s inventory. Too much inventory can weigh negatively on your business leading to extra storage costs and product spoilage or obsolesce. On … Continue reading
If you run a business in the manufacturing sector, you know the time it takes to source materials, manufacture the product, ship it and get it on the shelves can be lengthy leaving numerous opportunities for cash stopgaps along the … Continue reading
Traditionally invoice factoring has been used in the clothing and garment industry due in part to the multiple components involved in making a particular article of clothing. With raw textiles coming from one overseas location, the finished product being manufactured … Continue reading