Global trade compliance is critical to manufacturing company success and growth but it’s also complicated. At this one-day event, we will provide you with the knowledge, tools, and insights to move the needle on trade-related compliance issues that are most important to trade compliance leaders.
Globalization, along with rapid innovation in production technologies, has laid the foundation for the current period of accelerated disruption in U.S. manufacturing processes.
Join us on January 18 for a discussion on how to start implementing an energy management system using the DOE’s 50001 Ready recognition program. This program provides an accessible, self-attestation approach to implementing an energy management system using the structure of ISO 50001.
In recent years, U.S. manufacturing growth has been virtually stagnant. Are things finally on the rebound? While the manufacturing picture is modestly improving, a range of issues and risks stand in the way of a return to full factory-sector health.
Transfer pricing and U.S. customs valuation play an integral role in today’s cross-border business climate. Companies must have a clear understanding of the unique requirements of each to the business.
Global economic growth is accelerating beyond its sluggish performance of the long post-Great Recession adjustment period.
MAPI is excited to once again bring together manufacturing executives and industry leaders to discuss ideas and challenges facing the industry. The 2017 Executive Summit will focus on how to thrive through uncertainty.
Global trade compliance is critical to manufacturing company success and growth but it’s also complicated.
Join MAPI Foundation Chief Economist Cliff Waldman for an examination of the economic issues that shape manufacturing growth and affect manufacturing companies.