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U.S. machine shops report uptick in growth
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
A machine shop is a tinkerer's paradise. Stocked with lathes, drill presses, grinders and other types of machines, a machine shop is a fully-functional business capable of creating, replicating and repairing parts, usually metal. On a much smaller scale, a machine shop is a hobbyist's dream-come-true, granting the ability to work on anything from motor bikes to decorative home items. IndustryNet has compiled statistical information analyzing machine shops in the U.S. to gain perspective on current sector trends and compare company performance across a spectrum of data points. This article will explore current trends in the sector, industry performance and finally regional differences in machine shops in the United States. With a solid year of expansion in the manufacturing ind...(Full Article)
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