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RCMEA - SWC sponsors special event just for manufacturers

The Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association Southwest Cluster presents a supplier’s event for manufacturers Wednesday, Sept. 3, at Paulson Manufacturing Corp.'s facility beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Buyers from China, Southeast Asia looking for California food products

The California Centers for International Trade Development, in collaboration with the California Department of Food and Agriculture, is hosting a global trade event featuring California's consumer oriented food products. This event provides California's food producers and exporters the opportunity to meet with over 40 buyers from China, South Korea and Southeast Asia.

RCMEA October Roundtable event

The Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association South West Cluster will host a manufacturers roundtable on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.

RCMEA hosts export workshop

Only 5 percent of the world’s population lives in the United States. The percentage that lives in Southern California is very small, and the percentage that lives in Southwest Riverside County is even smaller. How do you expect to grow your business for future sustainability?

Study reveals San Diego, Baja California region as nexus of key manufacturing industries

Results from a cross-border collaborative research effort studying employment and industries of San Diego and Imperial counties, as well as Baja California -- which together make up the CaliBaja region -- provides evidence of the region’s importance as a hub for manufacturing, with particular strengths in industry sectors like audio and video equipment manufacturing, and medical device and supplies manufacturing.

US manufacturers expanded in June but more slowly

WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. manufacturing grew in June for the 13th straight month. But the pace of the expansion slowed from May.

RCMEA hosts Storm game night

Riverside County Manufacturers Exporters Association Southwest Cluster is hosting a "Take me out to the Ball Game" night at 6:05 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 9, in Lake Elsinore where it's the Storm vs. the High Desert Mavericks.

Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association June meeting

The Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association Southwest Cluster meeting will be held Tuesday, June 10, at the Lake Elsinore Cultural Center beginning at 7:30 a.m.

Manufacturing slowly returns to Mexico as cost dips below China's

After a roughly decadelong exodus of manufacturing from Mexico, largely to China, some industries have slowly started to return in the past five years, and that pace is expected to quicken.

Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association events in May

The Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association Southwest Cluster has several events planned in May.

Temecula welcomes manufacturing company Bomatic Inc.

The city of Temecula has welcomed Bomatic Inc., a custom packaging plastic manufacturer, to the city.

Murrieta hosting Direct EB-5 Funding conference

Murrieta will be hosting a Direct EB-5 Funding conference on Wednesday, April 23, from 7:30 a.m. to noon at Murrieta City Hall, located on 1 Town Square.

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Roundtables

Manufacturing's future in San Diego a topic for debate

The manufacturing scene in San Diego -- like much of the United States -- is facing an identity crisis: With the surge of off-shoring abating and companies slowly trickling back to manufacture on home turf, questions about the benefit of bringing these types of jobs back -- if they should be brought back at all -- are on the minds of those in the industry.

Manufacturing making its way back to US

Reshoring. Near-sourcing. Whatever you want to call it, American products are once again being manufactured in America, industry executives said at a recent Daily Transcript roundtable held in Murrieta.

California companies look on the bright side

California is an increasingly tricky state to do business in, but local technology and manufacturing companies are finding ways to stay inside the Golden State lines.

San Diego companies find regulations force them to do some business outside US

Maxwell Technologies has the potential to become a $1 billion company, according to its CEO David Schramm.

Drug manufacturing could leave state due to medical hurdles, experts say

The regulatory maze is hurting medical device and biotech firms here and Texas, Europe and Asia are pulling ahead.

Manufacturers struggle with regulations, economy

California’s regulatory environment is less than ideal for manufacturing companies, however the region is becoming more attractive to certain types of companies, industry experts said Feb. 25 during a Daily Transcript Executive Roundtable.

Some local manufacturers bringing production back from China

You hear it over and over again during discussions on the U.S. economy: America doesn’t make things anymore.

General Videos

Ted Bumgardner, Xpera Group

Ted Bumgardner, president of Xpera Group, discusses the many different support services the company offers to the construction industry, including forensics, construction management, quality assurance and more.

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Scott Robertson, Shahrooz Nabavi on Canada's business climate

Nov. 27, 2012 -- George Chamberlin speaks with Scott Robertson, director of Global R&D & Government Incentives for Deloitte & Touche LLP, and Shahrooz Nabavi, partner with Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, about the business climate in Canada.

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