Today, we are reintroducing IMT Machining Journal as ThomasNet News Machining Journal.
While “IMT,” short for Industry Market Trends, is ThomasNet News’ flagship publication, covering manufacturing and industry as a whole, we have felt (for a while) that the IMT moniker did not best represent ThomasNet News’ breadth and depth of reporting on the multitude of manufacturing industries and markets that affect your business. Delivering the latest in machining technology and equipment, additive manufacturing, and automation on Machining Journal is just part of what we do. ThomasNet News is:
- Industry Market Trends, providing breaking stories on business and the economy, global trade and commerce, federal and policy issues, technology, practical tips for small business owners, and more.
- Green & Clean Journal, offering businesses the newest information in renewable and alternative energy, articles on trends in federal, state, and local green policy, and features on sustainable manufacturing every day.
- Fluid & Gas Flow Journal, offering businesses the newest information on pumps, valves, controls and instrumentation, and other process equipment and technologies every day.
- Career Journal, providing manufacturing and industry workforce news and trends, career advice and employment tips for students and job-seekers, as well as recruitment and labor strategies for employers.
- Procurement Journal, informing purchasing and sourcing decision-makers and supply management professionals with news, trends, and best-practices content on spend management and supply chain matters.
- Product News, allowing buyers and professionals to stay informed of the latest products, parts, equipment, and service offerings for their manufacturing needs.
- More to Come! ThomasNet News is ever expanding. Our mission is to cover all aspects of industry that are relevant to your success.
Rest assured that ThomasNet News Machining Journal will continue to bring you quality coverage and content, written by our in-house team, experienced correspondents, and expert contributors and thought leaders from industry. I encourage you to visit all (and subscribe to the e-newsletters!) of the ThomasNet News publications to get the widest, most complete picture of manufacturing, industry, and business today.
Let us know what you think about the change and what you would like to read about on ThomasNet News by contacting me or the editorial staff. And, as always, we are looking for editorial submissions, guests writers, and contributors to ThomasNet News.