Manufacturers are navigating a period of intense change. This adds to traditional business pressures, but also offers unprecedented opportunity to optimize production processes.
Manufacturing In Motion:
Transforming For A New Industrial Era
This research program, sponsored by Prudential and developed by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), explores the challenges facing today's manufacturing executives and the opportunities presented by a new era of industrial change.
Insights from a Survey of More Than 500 Manufacturing Executives
This infographic explores key insights from the recent research, including how manufacturing executives are planning for a new industrial era, their shifting talent needs and what the most innovative and tech-forward companies are doing differently.View the infographic
U.S. Manufacturing: Gaining Strength Through Change
History shows that technological change—while disruptive—revitalizes manufacturing in new and unexpected ways. It can also create vast opportunities over the long term for those that embrace it.Read the article
A New Industrial Revolution: Building the Future of U.S. Manufacturing
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or ‘Industry 4.0,’ is reshaping the U.S. manufacturing industry and offering unprecedented opportunities to businesses.Read the article
Let's Work Together to Solve Your Challenges
How can you secure your employees’ future while also navigating a period of intense change? At Prudential Retirement®, we’ve helped many manufacturers address this challenge by aligning their retirement plan with their broader business goals.Learn how Prudential Retirement can help