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This event was co-sponsored by the Blackstone Valley Education Foundation (BVEF) and enabled students to explore possible STEM career paths in manufacturing.

Businesses large and small are pursuing automation to combat the skills gap and make the most of current employees.

The economy is humming all cylinders, employers say they can’t find employees with the right skills, yet graduate students report a tough job market. Are Advanced Degrees Taking Students Backwards in Employment?

Online program to support ISM's globally recognized certifications that help professionals master critical skills and stay competitive in the industry.

Raymond Virtual Reality Simulator to be evaluated on ability to increase productivity and enhance education for forklift operators.

Lab to support real-world career development education and innovative materials handling research.

Organizations to collaborate on promoting work of Pittsburgh robotics companies and research institutions across the nation.

The economy is humming all cylinders, employers say they can’t find employees with the right skills, yet graduate students report a tough job market. Are Advanced Degrees Taking Students Backwards in Employment? Take our simple survey at the end.

The real answer will come from more sophisticated pricing models that allow the shipper and carrier to adjust for all of the classification elements as well as day of shipment and even time of day.

Raymond and its employees 'recognize that nonprofit support sustains communities.'

A project to reduce storage and product movement costs improves supply chain performance for Goodwill Industries while building skills for the next generation of supply chain professionals.

For second year, university takes top place in national competition and is recognized for innovative and sustainable packaging designs.

Supporting robotic piece picking applications, AGV system uses wireless opportunity charging, RFID readers, touchscreen HMI and wireless radio.

Supply chain programs aren’t graduating enough new practitioners to replace those exiting in the workforce, but the talent crisis is about more than demographics: a shift in thinking must also take place at the corporate level and in academia to develop talent that can collaborate in today’s supply chains.

At thousands of events, manufacturers open their doors and minds to show students, teachers and parents the truths about modern manufacturing.




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