New Jersey: Changing the perceptions of manufacturing

Friday, April 01, 2005

New Jersey was a manufacturing powerhouse. The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is launching a campaign to demonstrate that New Jersey's manufacturers still matter.

The trick is to change people's perceptions about manufacturing. It's no longer a big factory belching smoke. Today's manufacturing involves smaller, higher technology operations. As the NJBIA spokesman observes:

"Today's manufacturer is a tight little niche operation that may employ 25 to 100 people. That's why a lot of people think manufacturing is extinct in New Jersey."

posted by Ed Morrison |

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