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How manufacturers are coping with COVID-19

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  1. National Association of Manufacturers, “Economic and Operational Impacts of COVID-19 to Manufacturers,” February/March 2020 Back
  2. Statista, “U.S. Manufacturing Output Takes Biggest Hit in 100 Years,” May 20, 2020 Back
  3. The Washington Post, “U.S. Manufacturing Was in a Mild Recession During 2019, a Sore Spot for the Economy,” January 17, 2020 Back
  4. Fortune, “94% of the Fortune 1000 Are Seeing Coronavirus Supply Chain Disruptions,” February 21, 2020 Back
  5. Forbes, “Due to COVID-19, Manufacturing Will Experience Five Years of Innovation in the Next 18 Months,” May 12, 2020 Back
  6. Manufacturing Tomorrow, “Impact of COVID-19 on the Process Manufacturing Industry in 2020,” July 1, 2020 Back
  7. McKinsey & Company, “Industry 4.0: Reimagining Manufacturing Operations After COVID-19,” July 29, 2020 Back
  8. Washington Post, “Capital Goods Orders Increased in June, Due to Pent-Up Demand, “July 27, 2020 Back