Five Days, Six Trade Shows, One Hannover Messe

by Benjamin David As a center of innovative manufacturing, Germany is the world’s fifth largest economy, and the largest in Europe. Home to companies such as BASF, Volkswagen, Siemens, and T-Mobile, Germany is a top producer of advanced vehicle, chemical, electronic, and industrial technologies. Due to its historically stable, advanced economy and its central location… Read More Five Days, Six Trade Shows, One Hannover Messe

Planning for the Future – Managing Today for Tomorrow: 20th West Michigan Automotive Suppliers Symposium

By Benjamin David Michigan has always been synonymous with the automotive industry in America. Since the opening of Henry Ford’s Highland Park factory in 1910, the Great Lakes State has lead the United States in vehicle production. Approximately 2.1 million vehicles rolled off the assembly line in Michigan in 2017 alone, and 75,000 new manufacturing… Read More Planning for the Future – Managing Today for Tomorrow: 20th West Michigan Automotive Suppliers Symposium

Trade Wars and Tariffs: A Bad Idea for the World’s Two Largest Economies

Guest post by: Paul Jarzombek – LR International Wondering what all the fuss is about regarding the U.S. trade war with China? Retailers still seem to have all sorts of Chinese products for sale and the U.S. is seeing record demand in the manufacturing sector as well as good overall economic performance. No big deal… Read More Trade Wars and Tariffs: A Bad Idea for the World’s Two Largest Economies

Cheese to Impress

by Ruixuan Ran — A handy guide to “les fromages français” (French cheese) The French love for wine is quite obvious, but there’s something else the French can’t live without: cheese. On average, a French person consumes 27.2 kilograms (about 60 pounds) of cheese per year. It is guaranteed that cheese will be on your… Read More Cheese to Impress