News

Top Stories
 
Comments Off on Virginia Governor Announces $600,000 Competitive Grant Program For CTE Equipment   |   Workforce Development

Virginia Governor Announces $600,000 Competitive Grant Program For CTE Equipment

Virginia Governor Announces $600,000 Competitive Grant Program For CTE Equipment. WSLS-TV Roanoke, VA (3/23) reported Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced “$600,000 in competitive grants to 16 high schools and technical centers to upgrade equipment for their career and technical education (CTE) programs.” The piece quoted McAuliffe saying, “As we continue to build the new Virginia […]

Comments Off on Ignite Your Advocacy Contest: We need your help to win the popular vote!   |   General

Ignite Your Advocacy Contest: We need your help to win the popular vote!

We need your help to win the popular vote! The VMA has entered its Vision 2020 infographic in the 2017 CQ Role Call “Ignite Your Advocacy” Photo Contest.  We need your help to win the popular vote.  The two entries that receive the most “hearts” will win national recognition.  It’s easy to participate. Click here to […]

Comments Off on Recycle VA! Presented to Norfolk Environmental Commission   |   Environmental, Legislative

Recycle VA! Presented to Norfolk Environmental Commission

http://www.norfolk.gov/NEC Brett Vassey, VMA President & CEO, and Kate Baker, Virginia Retail Federation, presented to Norfolk Environmental Commission last night on the Recycle VA! initiative and its first VA legislation – SB1518 – to improve recycling for beneficial use, litter reduction and public education. Click here to view the Recycle VA! Overview that was discussed.

Comments Off on Timmons Discusses Need For Regulatory Reform with CNBC’s Squawk Box   |   General

Timmons Discusses Need For Regulatory Reform with CNBC’s Squawk Box

Timmons Discusses Need For Regulatory Reform In an interview with CNBC’s Squawk Box (3/17), NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons discussed the “massive impact” of the 297,696 regulations on manufacturers in the United States. While Timmons said not all regulations are bad for manufacturers, he emphasized the need for regulatory reform, citing the high number […]

Comments Off on Teva Pharmaceuticals will sell or close Forest plant by 2020   |   General

Teva Pharmaceuticals will sell or close Forest plant by 2020

Teva Pharmaceuticals will sell or close Forest plant by 2020 Work It, Lynchburg: 3/16/17 – Teva Pharmaceuticals announced plans Wednesday to halt the majority of its production in the Lynchburg area by 2020. According to a statement from Denise Bradley, senior vice president of corporate reputation, the company wants to sell its Forest plant to […]

Comments Off on Tennessee Manufacturers Association Names New President   |   General

Tennessee Manufacturers Association Names New President

Tennessee Manufacturers Association Names New President WVLT-TV Knoxville, TN (3/14) reports Tennessee Chamber President and CEO Bradley Jackson has “named longtime manufacturing veteran Denise Rice as the incoming Director of the Tennessee Manufacturers Association.” Rice is a “former manufacturing plant manager and operations director for Cormetech’s manufacturing facility” in Tennessee and “founded and serves as […]

Comments Off on President Donald J. Trump Calls Aircraft Carriers “The Centerpiece Of American Military Might Overseas”   |   General

President Donald J. Trump Calls Aircraft Carriers “The Centerpiece Of American Military Might Overseas”

President Donald J. Trump Calls Aircraft Carriers “The Centerpiece Of American Military Might Overseas” NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 02, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — President Donald J. Trump spoke today aboard the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), currently preparing for sea trials and delivery at Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (NYSE:HII) Newport News Shipbuilding division. President […]

Comments Off on Gov George Allen on Fox Business – The Future of Manufacturing   |   General, Legislative

Gov George Allen on Fox Business – The Future of Manufacturing

Former Virginia Governor George Allen joined FOX Business to discuss the policies needed to support the future of manufacturing, highlighting the NAM’s role in advancing those priorities in both the White House and Congress.

Comments Off on NAM President & CEO Jay Timmons lnterviewed on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street”   |   General, Legislative

NAM President & CEO Jay Timmons lnterviewed on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street”

NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons participated in a live interview on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street,” issuing reaction to Tuesday night’s speech by President Trump and highlighting the NAM’s participation in Business Day in Madison as part of the 2017 State of Manufacturing Tour.

Comments Off on The Talent War – Engaging Top Talent in a Multi-Generational Workforce   |   Workforce Development

The Talent War – Engaging Top Talent in a Multi-Generational Workforce

The Talent War – Engaging Top Talent in a Multi-Generational Workforce The Manufacturing and Distribution sectors are making a big comeback in the U.S. We’ve seen continued expansion on U.S. soil, and hiring managers in these sectors are poised to add staff, but we aren’t seeing a multitude of people ready to take on these […]