Industry Dive launches Manufacturing Dive
Recent macroeconomic volatility has forced manufacturing — one of the most vital sectors of the U.S. and global economies — to evolve in order to meet the needs of tomorrow's companies and consumers. To help industry leaders stay on top of this rapidly changing environment, Industry Dive launches Manufacturing Dive today to cover the most essential news they need to stay ahead.
Companies with manufacturing operations face supply chain, labor and sustainability pressures and have to explore new technologies, processes and locations to stay competitive. Senior manufacturing leaders across sectors who subscribe to Manufacturing Dive will get the latest information and analysis on what’s happening — and what’s coming next as the sector continues to evolve.
“Our expansion into manufacturing is an important step in our ambitions to lead coverage of the business world,” said Edwin Lopez, managing editor for Manufacturing Dive, Supply Chain Dive and Transport Dive. “It presents an opportunity to dig deep into the supply and demand trends that affect global production, and the various ways manufacturing executives are shaping our economy’s future.”
Manufacturing is a vital sector in the U.S. economy. In 2021 alone, manufacturing industries employed more than 12 million workers and produced nearly $5.7 trillion worth of goods. Federal estimates suggest the number is expected to grow further in the next ten years.
“Manufacturing Dive will zero in on the most essential news and trends that executives need to stay ahead in the market, from labor and supply chain impacts to evolving production strategies and new technologies. We're excited to build this publication into a trusted source of insight for readers in the sector,” said Industry Dive Editor-in-Chief Davide Savenije.
Manufacturing Dive is Industry Dive’s 29th business news publication. Coverage will complement Supply Chain Dive and Transport Dive and augment existing coverage on manufacturing in sectors already served by Dive publications, including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and more.
Editor Kate Magill, Reporter Sara Samora and Associate Editor Megan Ruggles will deliver the quality journalism readers have come to expect from Dive publications. Frequent areas of coverage will include openings and expansions, operations, labor, technology and regulation, which represent many of the industries’ most dynamic storylines.
"At such a pivotal moment in American manufacturing, I'm thrilled to report on not only the daily news in the industry, but to offer readers in-depth coverage and analysis of the trends shaping production around the world," said Editor Kate Magill. "Companies are rapidly innovating and investing to remain competitive in this dynamic field, and our team is ready to bring manufacturing leaders the news and analysis they need to succeed."
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