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Automation can compensate for staffing shortages

The benefits and consideration of automation you need to know

Features | June 1, 2023 | By: Jean Feingold

A worker at Ehmke Manufacturing using a continuous feed laser cutter. Photo: Ehmke Manufacturing Making textile products has transitioned from a manual job to one that is largely automated, in part because of a worker shortage. The offshoring of jobs reduced the U.S. textile industry workforce from 3.8 million in 1975 to only 500,000 workers […]


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