Cover Story:

Powering A New Era in Construction

Why new technologies and manufacturing support are pivotal

The steady deterioration of America’s roads, bridges, highways, and other essential infrastructure has long been recognized. Could their modernization spur a strong economic recovery? New technologies—like AI-guided earthmovers and electrically powered lifting equipment—and strong manufacturing partnerships may provide the answer.

Cover photos:

A Hydraulic Breaker, model Volvo HB30 Low Noise, used on the end of an excavator to break rock, concrete, and intact construction materials into smaller pieces for easy removal. (Photo courtesy Volvo Construction Equipment)  Inset, left to right: CAT-6060 HMS Hydraulic Mining Shovel (photo courtesy Caterpillar); CAT Pin Grabber Coupler-CM2014 (photo courtesy Caterpillar)

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Also in this Issue:

Industry News

News about manufacturing sources, trends, and developments of interest to sourcing decision makers. More…

Made in America

Tracking the latest developments in reshoring, foreign direct investment, domestic investments in U.S. manufacturing, and Made in USA content. More…

Tech Updates

Innovative technologies, processes, and services that can help product manufacturers achieve greater productivity or quality. More…

Design & Engineering Spotlight

Innovations, tools, and tips that will make designers and engineers glad they came to work. More…

Special Covid-19 Coverage

Manufacturing in a Time of Crisis: Our special coverage of how suppliers are adapting and responding to critical needs.
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