Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
Manufacturing orders remain steady in February
Manufacturing orders totaled $467.8 million in February, which is an improvement over January by 33%, but is down slightly from the same period in 2022.
Cutting tool orders up 9% in Q1 2022
Cutting tool consumption totaled $175.4 million in the United States for the first quarter of 2022, which is an increase of more than 9% compared to 2021.
Manufacturing technology orders pass $500 billion for second straight month
April 2022 orders of manufacturing technology totaled $513.4 million, the second month in a row surpassing half a billion dollars.
Manufacturing technology orders up more than 30% YOY
Strong consumer demand drove continued investments in manufacturing technology in all stages of the supply chain, leading to more than $400 million in manufacturing orders.
Manufacturing technology orders rise in July
Manufacturing technology orders are increasing since the start of the pandemic as companies find their footing.
Cutting tool orders decline in November
Cutting tool consumption in the U.S. declined almost 10% in November compared to the previous month and almost 20% compared to November 2019.
Manufacturing orders slide in August
Manufacturing orders totaled under $300 million in August according to the Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT), which is down more than 20% from the same period in 2019.
Manufacturing orders slide in July
Manufacturing technology orders dropped by almost 2% in July compared to June, but the industry seems to be stabilizing overall.
Manufacturing technology orders reach its highest point in 2020
Manufacturing technology orders soared to $346.7 million in June, a 56% increase over the previous month, but still down 6% from the same period in 2019.
Cutting tool orders declined in May
Cutting tool orders dropped a little over 4% in May 2020 compared to the prior month and is down by over a third compared to the same time period in 2019 due to COVID-19.
Cutting tool consumption in January increases
U.S. cutting tool consumption totaled $196.5 million in January, which is up from December, but down almost 10% compared to January 2019
Manufacturing orders drop to lowest level in three years
Manufacturing orders dropped by a third in January 2020 as anxiety about the coronavirus outbreak, as well as other manufacturing challenges, threaten to weigh down on general economic optimism.
Cutting tool consumption declines slightly to close 2019
U.S. cutting tool consumption totaled dropped 1% compared to 2018, but optimism remains for 2020
Cutting tool consumption records slight decline
The U.S. Cutting Tool Institute (USCTI) and the Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT) reported a 1% decline in November 2019 compared to the same period in 2018.
Cutting tool consumption declines in September
The U.S. Cutting Tool Institute (USCTI) and AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology reported a 4% decline in sales from August as concerns about the economy grow.
Manufacturing technology orders decline
Manufacturing orders overall declined in August 2019, but there was some growth in the Southeast and Northeast did show increases in their respective regions.
Manufacturing technology orders down by double digits in 2019
The Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT) reported a 12% decline in manufacturing technology through July 2019 compared to the same period in 2018.
Manufacturing technology orders fall to lowest level since 2016
Manufacturing technology orders fell to under $300 million in April 2019, which is a sharp decline compared to the previous month and April 2018.