Manufacturing

5 Ideas for Reskilling Your Manufacturing Workforce

5 Ideas for Reskilling Your Manufacturing Workforce The COVID-19 crisis has probably changed your business operations. For example, in response to the crisis, you might need to alter your company’s production line, cleaning and scheduling practices, supply chain partners, distribution methods and even product offerings. Whether these changes are temporary or you’re using recent product…

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Salvaging Manufacturing Tax Benefits from New NOL Rules

Salvaging Manufacturing Tax Benefits from New NOL Rules Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many small and mid-sized manufacturers expect to have significant net operating losses (NOLs) in 2020. What makes this prospect more discouraging is that some companies are still recovering from NOLs suffered in recent years. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES)…

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Manufacturers: Operating Safely and Productively During the COVID-19 Crisis

How Manufacturers Can Operate Safely and Productively During the COVID-19 Crisis The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has forced American businesses to adapt quickly to a radically new economic and operating landscape. If your company sells, manufactures, delivers, distributes or otherwise facilitates goods considered “essential” you may need to operate at full (or overtime) capacity. On the…

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Ohio Manufacturers Asked to Refit to Produce PPE

Ohio Manufacturers Asked to Step Up for Retooling to Produce PPE Supplies On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Governor DeWine put out a call for all manufacturers who want to repurpose or retool their manufacturing equipment to produce desperately needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for our frontline healthcare providers. [ www.repurposingproject.com ] In response to the COVID-19 challenges,…

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Manufacturers: Recoup Some Capital Investment

Manufacturers: Recoup Some Capital Investment Take a look around. If you’ve been building up piles of scrap, excess raw materials, obsolete equipment, returned inventory and spare parts, you probably need an investment recovery program. Idle assets have value to someone and selling them off makes sense. As much as 70 to 90% of every dollar…

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