Top financial executives participating in a survey by consulting firm PwC expressed concerns about the impact, including a recession, from the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Manufacturing employment rebounded in February, with motor vehicles and parts leading the way with a gain of 6,800 jobs. Manufacturing added 15,000 overall.
The outbreak of the coronavirus in China is causing longer lead times and will reduce revenue for companies, according to respondents in a special Institute for Supply Management survey.
Manufacturing companies in Greater Fort Lauderdale benefit from the region’s skilled workforce, convenient air, sea and land shipping services and professional support services.
As we have all been navigating the many facets of this crisis, one thing has stood out: our strengthened sense of community. This overarching momentum of collaboration is impacting the reaction of businesses across the global supply chain.
While manufacturers grapple with the day-to-day demands of the COVID-19 crisis, some industry analysts assert that now is also the time for businesses to prepare to thrive postpandemic.
The National Association of Manufacturers said a survey shows that while optimism has dipped, manufacturers are staying open or have only temporarily closed operations because of COVID-19.
During times like these, editors turn to “tried and true” sayings to frame their opinion columns. One of these sayings is, “May you live in interesting times,” supposedly a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. The saying is used ironically, in that “interesting times” are times of trouble and difficulty.
Corporate finance chiefs are concerned about a second wave of infections from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), consulting firm PwC said.
Aim is to manage “next normal” in manufacturing with a workplace distancing solution.