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ECONOMIC MARKET ANALYSIS: Downside Risks to the 2019 and 2020 Outlook

Economic growth in the United States was solid in 2017 and 2018. But the outlook for 2019 and 2020 is not as strong. Trade risks present downside risks to U.S...

September 13, 2018

SAFER HANDLING: Is Your Ergonomics Program Good Enough?

“Manual material handling (MMH) continues to be the number one reason for workers compensation claims and lost time injuries,” noted Jim Galante, chairman..

September 13, 2018

SOLUTIONS COMMUNITY: Focusing on Solutions for MHI Members, User Community

For MHI’s Solutions Community, there were no lazy days of summer, as the group continued its progress on several key projects. Chief among them is a..

September 13, 2018

PRODUCT/SOLUTIONS SPOTLIGHT: Safe Guarding Group Using Education to Address Biggest Challenges

Member companies of the Protective Guarding Manufacturers Association (ProGMA) Industry Group of MHI have been working diligently to review and revise the..

September 13, 2018

Catching up with MHEFI Scholarship Recipients

CASEY DAVIS, OHIO UNIVERSITY Keeping Safety Top of Mind in Space Exploration Casey Davis’s career prospects are literally out of this world. Since June 2017,..

September 13, 2018

MHI NEWS: Q4 2018

John Paxton Joins MHI as Chief Operating Officer Alan Primack Named Director of Membership for MHI CSS Group Releases New Video and Introduction to Conveyors..

September 13, 2018

INSIDE MHI: Melissa Auer, Amy Shelton

Melissa Auer, CEM, Manager of Exhibitor Services Amy Shelton, Creative Manager The people who work at MHI are the gears that keep the association rolling. They..

September 13, 2018

Emerging technologies such as IIoT, robotics and artificial intelligence provide exciting opportunities for supply chains. They also mean an exponential growth in the amount of data these supply chains generate. When properly utilized, this data can provide crucial information to improve efficiency, reduce costs, enhance transparency and customer service. But it comes with risk. The more digitized a supply chain becomes, the more it is at risk of cyberattack. Hackers are constantly finding new ways create data breaches they can exploit. The reality that most supply chains require third-party suppliers down the chain only heightens this threat. No matter the scale of your supply chain, it is essential to have solid cybersecurity processes in place to manage and mitigate the growing risk of cyberattack. That’s what this issue of MHI Solutions is all about, from cybersecurity threats in an IIoT world to dark data to the human factor in cybersecurity to blockchain as a potential solution.

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