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WEBINAR: How Distributors Gain an Advantage in the Cloud
According to Forbes, 37 percent of workloads in 2019 were on-premise, meaning a significant number of businesses were at a disadvantage when the pandemic hit.
Mar 19th, 2021
January Mfg. Technology Orders Hit 3-Year Low
New orders placed in January fell 34 percent from a year earlier.
Mar 9th, 2020
US Cutting Tool Orders End 2019 Down 1%
Orders had a small decline in 2019, consistent with market forecasts for the industry.
Feb 24th, 2020
Mfg. Technology Orders Slid 17% in 2019
December orders surged 24 percent from November, but were still down 8 percent year-over-year.
Feb 11th, 2020
Nov. Mfg Technology Orders Fall Further
The Association for Manufacturing Technology noted that November's numbers reflects an aggressive move by sellers to reduce inventory before the end of the year.
Jan 13th, 2020
Oct. Cutting Tool Orders up 10% from Sept.
Despite the considerable one-month increase, October's total was still down 3.3 percent from a year earlier.
Dec 17th, 2019
Year-to-Date US Cutting Tool Orders Up 0.2% In September
September's total was down 4.3 percent from August and down 7 percent year-over-year.
Nov 21st, 2019
US Manufacturing Technology Orders Decrease in September, but Automotive Ticks Up
Orders decreased 41 percent from September 2018, yielding a 10 percent decline in the first three quarters of 2019.
Nov 21st, 2019