High-level analytical models from Armada and MN&A show that the outlook for industrial production for manufacturing over the next 18 months is likely to accelerate next year. The latest forecast released in the Armada Strategic Intelligence System (ASIS) shows broad industrial production for manufacturing rising 5.6% in Q3 and 2.9% in Q4. …Read more about Industrial Production for Manufacturing Accelerates in 2022
High-level analytical models from Armada and MN&A show that the outlook for domestic computer and electronic manufacturing over the next 18 months is facing a tough period this fall. The latest forecast released in the Armada Strategic Intelligence System (ASIS) shows machinery manufacturing slipping 1.7% in Q3 and .06% in Q4 (worse than seasonality). …Read more about Computer and Electronic Manufacturing Faces Q4/Q1 Dip
Is Everything in Short Supply?April 28, 2021
Is everything in short supply these days? The short answer is probably yes. The real question is how long the supply shortages last. The last few months have been one of those “perfect storm” situations (forgive the tired phrase). There are three factors that have combined to create significant shortages in almost every category one can imagine. There are shortages of silicon chips and lumber and even Grape Nuts cereal. What gives? …Read more about Is Everything in Short Supply?
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There are few sectors of the economy as complex and challenging as manufacturing, The competitive threats come from all directions and all the time. Staying ahead requires knowing what is around each corner - whether it is a threat or an opportunity. The ASIS projects into the future with a carefully constructed set of models that maintain over 97% accuracy so that manufacturers can anticipate. It takes time to be ready for these competitive threats - the ASIS provides that time.
Watch John Nelson from Morris, Nelson & Associates along with Chris Kuehl and Keith Prather from Armada Corporate Intelligence review the monthly IPMAN report.