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Richard E. Dauch, a True Believer in Manufacturing, Dies at 71

Richard E. Dauch, a force in U.S. automotive manufacturing for nearly half a century who helped save Chrysler in the early 1980s and went on to start American Axle & Manufacturing Inc., growing that business globally to nearly $3 billion last year, died l…
Richard E. Dauch, a force in U.S. automotive manufacturing for nearly half a century who helped save Chrysler in the early 1980s and went on to start American Axle & Manufactu… http://www.mpawards.gilcommunity.com/blog/richard-e-dauch-true-believer-manufacturing-dies-71/

Is This How Reshoring Will Happen?

Leveling labor cost isn’t the only driver of reshoring. In the end, in fact, it won’t be the most important driver. What will be a much more powerful driver for reshoring will be the need for manufacturers to innovate and produce their products closer to …
Mercedes-Benz is investing $70 million in a new parts consolidation center at its Tuscaloosa County, Alabama assembly plant. Ford’s Cleveland, OH, engine plant is getting … http://www.mpawards.gilcommunity.com/blog/how-reshoring-will-happen/

U.S. Automotive Sector: “I’m Not Dead Yet”

The U.S.automotive industry has reprised the role made famous in a classic Monty Python sketch: One lucky soul about to be cast atop a heap of bodies cries out, “I’m not dead yet.” It’s hard to believe, but just a few years ago, many in the United States…
The U.S.automotive industry has reprised the role made famous in a classic Monty Python sketch: One lucky soul about to be cast atop a heap of bodies cries out, “I’m n… http://www.mpawards.gilcommunity.com/discussion/us-automotive-sector-im-not-dead-yet/

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