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Manufacturing Grows,
But Still Can’t Shake Supply Chain Issues

The U.S. manufacturing sector marked another month of growth in February, with new orders, production and employment all on the upswing and general optimism increasing as well.

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Something to Chew On: White House Review to Include Food Products

Food production and agriculture will be included in the 100-day-long effort to identify supply chain weak links. The Biden Administration initiative drew  praise from industry.

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Beyond Meat Will ‘Grow’ McPlant for McDonald’s

We now know what company will be making McDonald’s McPlant burger:  Beyond Meat, the El Segundo, Calif.-based manufacturer of plant-based proteins that mimic the taste and texture of meat.

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By the Numbers

60.8%

The February Manufacturing PMI (purchasing managers' index) was the highest registered in three years, the Institute for Supply Management reported.

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"We’re not just making safe and effective vaccines and treatments and other necessary provisions to get us through this crisis, but we’re also putting the full force of the ‘arsenal of democracy’ to work in promoting science-based actions to get us to the light at the end of this dark tunnel of hardship and heartbreak for millions of Americans."

— National Association of Manufacturers President and CEO Jay Timmons commenting on Biden White House-directed efforts to fight COVID-19.

Innovator in Action

‘Big D’ or ‘little d,’ Optessa Helps Clients Weather Supply Chain Disruptions

Optessa made a name for itself by solving “unsolvable” schedule challenges for automotive OEMs. But the company is no one-trick pony and helps clients in other sectors, too.

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How Strong is the Manufacturing Recovery?

Bloomberg reports January durable goods orders were triple what economists had expected.

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