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heavy metal is back: the best cities for manufacturing

by:QY Precision      2019-09-06
In a generation, American manufacturing is widely regarded as a \"declining movement \".
However, its demise is largely exaggerated.
Although the industry has lost a lot of work in the past generation, the manufacturing industry is still significantly resilient, with a global market share similar to 1970.
Just recently, the United StatesS.
The industrial base has been growing strongly since 2009, with employment steadily rising.
Driven by higher productivity and rising costs for competitors, including China and the United StatesS.
Manufacturing exports have grown at their fastest pace since the 1980 s.
S. manufacturing continued to expand in 2011, while Germany, Japan and Brazil weakened in this important industry.
To determine the best city to manufacture, my colleague at Praxis Strategy Group, Mark Schill, measured 51 of the largest regions in the country, how they expanded their \"heavy metal\" sector ---
Think about cars, farm and energy equipment, planes, metal products and machine shops.
We have an average absolute growth rate and momentum of more than 10 in 148 heavy metal manufacturing industries-, five-, two-, and one-
Time frame.
Our top-ranked region, Houston, is one of the four regions where net manufacturing jobs have grown over the past 10 years.
China\'s heavy manufacturing sector has grown by nearly 5% this year.
Industrial growth in Houston is no accident;
Over the past year, its overall job growth has been the best in major metropolises across the country.
Houston\'s industrial success is largely due to the city\'s huge port and booming energy sector, said Bill Gilmer, a senior economist at the Dallas Federal Reserve office.
Houston is talking about energy. -
\"It\'s about artificial metals and machinery,\" he said . \".
\"This is the supply of petroleum services and petrochemical products.
This is all driven by high oil prices and new technologies, which makes it easier to get.
He pointed out: \"This shift to domestic energy indicates a huge shift in economic interests in the long-term economic outlook of the United States.
Cheap natural gas, for example, makes petrochemical production in the United States more competitive than anyone thought a decade ago.
The connection with Mexico in terms of energy and cars makes Texas--
This is also home to No.
San Antonio and ranked fourth.
DALLAS-Top 15-
China\'s main export
Electricity, current shipments increased by 15% to 20% over pre-shipmentcrisis levels.
The connection between energy and industry can also be found in
Thanks to its powerful fossil-fuel industry, heavy industry has been booming for most of the recession.
This synergy between energy and manufacturing could also be extended to other regions, including many that have nothing to do with the newly discovered large fossil fuel deposits in the Utica shale, Ohio, for example, the value could be as high as $500 billion;
An energy executive said it was \"the biggest thing that has hit Ohio since the Plough \".
\"The discovery of these gases may help ignite the revival of heavy metals. As coal-
Due to concerns about greenhouse gas emissions, the operating costs of coal-fired power plants are getting higher and higher, and there will be a new, cleaner, potentially cheaper power supply in the region.
The gas boom has already triggered a considerable industrial rebound in parts of eastern Ohio, including the construction of a new $0. 65 billion gas pipeline steel plant in the Youngstown area.
Karen Wright\'s Ariel company sells compressors used by gas plants, adding more than 300 jobs over the past two years.
\"There is a lot of drilling in the Midwest,\" Wright said . \".
\"It changed the rules of the game.
\"But the rebound in industry is not just about energy.
Another key factor is rising wages in East Asia, including China.
More and more Americans
As a lower manufacturing industry in a favorable positioncost producer.
Concerns about China\'s \"Counterfeiting\" and lack of patent protection could also trigger an increase in the trend of \"made in the United States.
Flights back to the United StatesS.
Production can be a good sign for many regions. Our No.
Ranked third in SeattleTacoma-
Bellevue is working on heavy metals related to the aerospace industry.
Growing attention to domestic production of Boeing\'s new aircraft may bring more prosperity to Boeing.
It is also the number one flight region.
Our latest ranking in the information industry
If new industrial growth is only another good news in the Pacific Northwest, it is the nectar from heaven to the long-suffering industrial hub that is heavily concentrated in the Great Lakes region, it includes most of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For a long time, with the emergence of the \"rust belt\", the region has created more than 100,000 new manufacturing jobs in the past year, leading the industrial rebound.
No, the location is very good.
Milwaukee is second in the rankings, with a variety of professional manufacturing companies from machine tools to energy.
In the past year alone, the region has added nearly 3900 heavy metal jobs and has been ahead of other Great Lakes in terms of job creation.
But Milwaukee is not the only city where the rust belt is rebounding.
Big Detroit area, no.
On our list, the work of the most heavy metals has actually been added-
More than 12,000-
More than any part of the country.
However, the ranking of the region is dragged down by its heritage;
Big Detroit has lost nearly 130,000 jobs in the past decade.
There is still a long way to go for the revival of heavy metals.
We cannot expect it to create the same jobs of the last century.
New jobs, for example, will become more skilled;
According to a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, even if the labor force share of manufacturing jobs fell from 20% to about half, industrial high-skilled jobs soared by 37%.
Regions seeking strong industrial growth will have to pay increasing attention to training more skilled workers.
Even after years of declining employment and a glut of graduates from art and law, heavy industry manufacturers lack skilled workers.
Industry expert David Cole predicts that the demand for new workers will reach 100,000 by 2013.
Deloitte\'s data show that 83% of manufacturing workers are in or out of skilled production workers.
The recovery of heavy metals should lead to regional and federal governments considering a shift in focus to productive, skilled training rather than a single one
Focus on a bachelor\'s or graduate degree.
Few regions lack art history or English graduates.
This more practical emphasis is particularly important for the Midwest, which has four of the ten highest cities --
Industrial engineering schools have been opened nationwide.
More importantly: train workers for tomorrow\'s assembly line.
Karen Wright of Ariel notes that these jobs do not require a bachelor\'s degree and require high math and mechanical skills that can be applied to an expanding company like her.
Entering the new economic era, all regions should go beyond the current obsession with \"creativity\" and \"information\" industries.
Instead, they should focus on a resurgent industrial economy. -
This can provide a customer base for advertising, graphics, and software companies-
The main driver of economic growth.
Reject those soulful Adele tracks: the heavy metal is back again.
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