Industrial & Manufacturing Marketplace

Welcome to Minnesota Manufacturing! We are a communication resource that follows the manymanufacturing and industrial markets engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products. We represent many fantastic companies, experienced organizations, and showcase countless innovations and insights taking place in the Minnesota Manufacturing marketplace. Come join our online digital environment and we will make sure your products, services, and visions are presented and noticed. The success of an online marketplace involves real-time content, exciting news, business ads, informative links, and industry leader sponsorship’s. We are making this site the voice of Minnesota’s vast manufacturing and industrial economy.

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Minnesota Manufacturing News & Events


  • Trade war’s pain may deepen even as tensions abate January 22, 2020
    Economists say there is little doubt that trade has been the driving force of a global, industrial slowdown, with implications for the rest of the economy.
  • Boeing's troubles run deeper than the 737 Max January 22, 2020
    The company’s efforts to recertify the 737 Max — Boeing’s bestselling jet coming into 2019 — have pulled resources away from other projects. And competitors, chiefly Airbus, are taking advantage.
  • Airbus boosts A320 output amid 737 Max crisis January 22, 2020
    The European jet maker is converting its old A380 superjumbo factory in Toulouse, France, to "a digitally-enabled" jet A321 line while investing $40 million in Alabama and hiring 275 workers.
  • Manufacturing startup picks Las Cruces for production center January 21, 2020
    Big Tuna USA is making Las Cruces its new pipe manufacturing center. New Mexico Department of Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced Tuesday that the startup signed a lease on a 15,000-square-foot space at 1846 W. Amador Road and will hire 30 employees over the next three years, paying an average of $15.70 […]