Manufacturer Recognized by City of Temecula
- Published on Tuesday, 14 July 2009 15:24
Sunstone Components Group recognized for its longtime contribution to the City of Temecula
Manufacturing could come back to the U.S.
- Published on Monday, 12 September 2011 16:21
An increasing number of U.S. companies are considering "onshoring" rather than producing their products in China or other countries where labor is cheaper. In the midst of rising wages in China and the disadvantages of overseas transportation, some manufacturers are seeing financial advantages to producing certain products stateside. These products include household appliances and construction equipment. Products that are more labor-intensive and that are produced in high volume, such as textiles and televisions, will likely continue to be produced overseas.
Inland PMI drops but hiring looks OK
- Published on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 13:20
The Purchasing Manager's Index for San Bernardino and Riverside counties has been above 50, the level that indicates growth, every month since October 2009. The level took a slight dip last month from 61.1 in March to 56.8. But as the index remains above 50, manufacturers in the Inland Southern California region are beginning to look for more workers. Last month, Cal State San Bernardino researchers surveyed 36 local manufacturers and found that nine said they were hiring.
- Auto pinches possible
- Study says paid family leave good for workers and bosses
- Small businesses are still pessimistic
- Will pay freezes thaw soon?
- CEO rides out the bad times
- Manufacturing sector is picking up
- Small businesses remain pessimistic
- Jobs measure for small businesses
- Auto suppliers see bump in sales
- Automaker woes hit home
- Merger of Solid State and Molding International