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Taiwan EV Industry developing original brands.
Taiwan External Trade Development Council    Taipei, 11012   Taiwan
November 16, 2011 Taiwan's electric vehicle industry is moving from parts manufacturing to marketing its own brands, with island's solid base in information and communication technology helping to make its name. Yulon Group is one of island's first and most important players on EV scene, forming driving force behind Taiwan's renowned LUXGEN car brand. Company began work on first EV model in 2007 and released LUXGEN7 MPV 2 years later, featuring 150 kW electric motor with 220 Nm torque.
AIA releases Camera Link HS interface standard draft.
Automated Imaging Association    Ann Arbor, MI 48106
November 16, 2011 AIA has released Camera Link HS draft standard v1.0. After period of review by committee of industry experts, standard will be finalized and released to public in 2012. Camera Link HS supports bandwidth up to 5 times faster than Camera Link with up to 33.6 Gbps and future versions to 67.2 Gbps, packet re-transmit, plug and play operation, built-in fault tolerance with cyclical redundancy check, and cable lengths up to 300 m on fiber optic cable and 15 m on copper cable with CX4 connectors.
Manufacturers' Ad Campaign in opposition of higher energy taxes.
National Association Of Manufacturers (NAM)    Washington, DC 20004
November 16, 2011 NAM launched television ads opposing energy taxes and exposing detrimental effect they will have on manufacturing costs and jobs. Specifically, ads focus on policymakers faced with tough decisions about how to lower national debt without picking winners and losers in private sector. According to NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons, "Manufacturers use 1/3 of our nation's energy supply, so adding costly energy taxes to the mix will harm their ability to create new jobs, invest and grow."
Second Annual IFBEC Conference was hosted by AIA.
Aerospace Industries Association    Arlington, VA 22209-3928
November 16, 2011 Global aerospace and defense industry representatives participated in second annual International Forum on Business Ethical Conduct (IFBEC) conference, which is managed by Task Force composed of AIA and ASD member companies. Intended to promote worldwide cooperation to increase integrity in public procurements and bolster public trust, conference strengthened exchange between industrial, institutional, and state players within aerospace and defense sectors.
Draft Revisions help reach milestone in export control reform.
Aerospace Industries Association    Arlington, VA 22209-3928
November 16, 2011 Draft revisions to Category VIII of U.S. Munitions List released by Obama administration constitute a major milestone in the ongoing effort to more appropriately control exports to allies of sensitive technology. Proposed revisions replace vague regulatory language with greater specificity for items remaining on USML and create new, stronger controls for items moved to the Commerce Control List - a proposal that AIA made early in the Obama administration.
Robotics Orders up 41% through September.
Robotic Industries Association    Ann Arbor, MI 48108
November 16, 2011 North American based robotics companies are enjoying one of their best years ever. Total of 13,616 robots valued at $848.5 million were ordered in first 9 months by companies in North America. When orders to companies outside North America are included, totals are 15,683 robots valued at $968 million. Automotive OEM and component suppliers are the biggest customers, accounting for 53% of new orders. In non-automotive segments, orders are up 28% in first 9 months of 2011.
Gene Haas Foundation provides grant to SME Education Foundation.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
November 16, 2011 Gene Haas Foundation, philanthropic arm of Haas Automation, Inc., announced another $150,000 in grant-funding to SME Education Foundation to align machinist training with needs of job seekers and employers in targeted local communities. This brings their support of foundation to nearly $700,000 in less than 5 years. Funding from Gene Haas Foundation and other partnering organizations has allowed SME Education Foundation to direct funding to areas of country where unemployment rate is at 8-12%.
Manufacturing Engineering Magazine announces new editor in chief.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
November 16, 2011 Sarah A. Webster has been named editor in chief of Manufacturing Engineering® magazine. Her appointment was effective as of November 7, and she succeeds Brian Hogan. Magazine publisher Greg Sheremet referred to Webster as "a highly respected editor," citing her experience in print as well as digital platforms. Webster said that she looks forward to "enhancing Manufacturing Engineering's excellent reputation and serving the manufacturing community."
AEM elects 2012 officers.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53214
November 16, 2011 Newly-elected 2012 officers for Association of Equipment Manufacturers include Russell Fowler, President/CEO of Krone NA Inc., Memphis, TN as Chair; Stuart Levenick, Group President of Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, IL as Vice Chair; and Brian Kober, VP Corporate Planning & Strategy of Komatsu America Corp., Rolling Meadows, IL as Treasurer. Elected Secretary is Dennis Slater, AEM's full-time President, Milwaukee, WI; while AG Sector Board Chair is Robert Kolb and CE Sector Board Chair is Richard Patek.
APICS announces Corporate Awards of Excellence winners.
APICS The Educational Soc. For Resource Mgt.    Alexandria, VA 22312
November 16, 2011 The 2011 Education Award of Excellence winner, Lockheed Martin, encourages employees to pursue APICS certification and looks at how APICS training they use works with and complements any other training they implement. Magna Karmax Heavy Stamping, the 2011 Innovation in the Sustainable Productivity winner, embarked on modernization project to support manufacturing operations related to supply of parts to assembly lines. There were clear improvements in on-time pick and on-time delivery.
Guide Series targets product quality lifecycle implementation.
ISPE    Tampa, FL 33609
November 16, 2011 Good Practice Guides on Product Quality Lifecycle Implementation (PQLI®) Parts 1 and 2 address product and process development through Quality by Design approach. Part 1 - Product Realization using QbD, Concepts, and Principles, focuses on criticality, design space, and control strategy. Part 2 - Product Realizations using QbD, Illustrative Example, presents small molecule case study that details application of approaches to product and process understanding using quality risk management.
MedImmune's FMC Expansion was named Facility of the Year.
ISPE    Tampa, FL 33609
November 16, 2011 As announced by ISPE during Keynote Session at 2011 Annual Meeting, MedImmune's Frederick Manufacturing Center (FMC) Expansion Facility is the Overall Winner of the 2011 Facility of the Year Awards (FOYA) program. FOYA's judging panel was impressed by MedImmune's solid planning, innovative problem resolution, and fast-paced but efficient execution that resulted in building and validation of world-class, flexible manufacturing facility with state-of-the-art automation system.
2011 ANSI Accreditation Workshops still accepting registrants.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
November 16, 2011 ANSI's final 2 accreditation workshops in 2011 will be held in Washington, DC. On December 8-9, Certificate Issuers' Accreditation Workshop will introduce American National Standard ASTM E2659-09, Standard Practice for Certificate Programs, and ANSI-CAP. Taking place December 14-15, Personnel Certification Accreditation Workshop will introduce international standard ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024, General requirements for bodies operating certification schemes for persons.
ANSI President Meets Chinese Officials in DC and Beijing.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
November 16, 2011 S. Joe Bhatia met with top officials from Chinese entities in Washington, DC and Beijing for trade-related activities aimed at fostering greater U.S.-China cooperation concerning standardization and conformity assessment. In addition to garnering renewed promises of continued cooperation, Bhatia proposed high-level U.S.-China events, to be held in 2012, focused on transparency to continue to address issues at hand. Chinese officials were very receptive to this idea.
National Video to Focus on Wyoming DOT's response to lean times.
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials    Washington, DC 20001
November 16, 2011 In video released by AASHTO, Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) Director John Cox describes his department's strategy for preserving highways and bridges during transportation funding crisis. Two-Minute State DOT Update, produced by AASHTO's Transportation TV, features Cox saying WYDOT has shifted focus from nominal reconstruction and improvement projects towards making primary goal preserving existing highway system "as long as possible."
FMA Certification Program added to NAM-endorsed system.
Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Intl.    Rockford, IL 61107
November 15, 2011 FMA is partnering with The Manufacturing Institute to bring precision metal fabrication certifications to NAM-endorsed Manufacturing Skills Certification Systems. Partnership adds FMA's Precision Sheet Metal Operator certification program to SCS offerings. It aims to align nationally portable, industry-recognized credentials with educational curricula in grades K-12, and in community colleges' and 4-year colleges' programs of study that lead to high-wage, high-growth technical careers.
NAM States Russia's WTO Accession will boost exports.
National Association Of Manufacturers (NAM)    Washington, DC 20004
November 15, 2011 NAM VP of International Economic Affairs Frank Vargo welcomed Russia's accession to World Trade Organization (WTO). He referred to this announcement as "another positive step" towards doubling exports by 2014 and noted that NAM supported Russia's entry into WTO on terms enforceable through WTO system rules to give manufacturers access to Russian market. Vargo also stated that U.S. manufacturers export $6 billion annually to Russia and there is clearly room for growth.
Exhibitor Registration open for bC India.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53214
November 15, 2011 Applications for exhibit space are being accepted for companies and other participants wishing to exhibit at second edition of bC India, a BAUMA CONEXPO SHOW, which takes place Feb 5-8, 2013 at the MMRDA grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai. Scheduled to cover 13,000 square meters of exhibition space, second bC India is taking up almost 50% more space than at the premier in 2011. Closing date for priority applications is March 15, 2012.
PTDA offers overview of PTDA 2011 Industry Summit.
Power Transmission Distributors Association    Chicago, IL 60606-4703
November 15, 2011 Held Oct 13-15 in Washington, D.C., PTDA 2011 Industry Summit provided unique mix of educational sessions on industry trends, distributor-manufacturer meetings, and peer networking forums. Final registration numbers indicate more than 530 industry professionals registered for and attended the conference. With theme of "CAPITOLizing on Change," event helped attendees grapple with perceived and actual changes the industry is experiencing through consolidation and technological advancement.
PTDA presents Warren Pike Award to Carlos Ingram.
Power Transmission Distributors Association    Chicago, IL 60606-4703
November 15, 2011 PTDA named Carlos Ingram, former VP business systems, Kaman Industrial Technologies Corporation, the 22nd recipient of its Warren Pike Award for lifetime achievement in power transmission/motion control industry. Beginning as a member of Business Information Systems Committee in 1991, Carlos has served on committees ranging from Marketing to Industry Relations. He joined PTDA board in 1998 and served as president in 2003. He continued to serve association up until his retirement in May 2011.

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