Minnesota Manufacturing Week
Minnesota Manufacturing Week was established as a way to recognize the economic importance of this business sector within our communities. The week coincides with the National Manufacturing Day, which falls on the first Friday of every October. This year, MN Manufacturing Week is Monday, October 3-Friday, October 7th.
This year, we want to live up to our niche and “recycle” several manufacturing posts that are still relevant today.
We invite you to read each Minnesota Manufacturing Week related blog and see if they inspire you to become more involved with manufacturing in your community and schools.
The Importance of Manufacturing
This post draws parallels between an essay written by Alexander Hamilton in 1790 and the importance of manufacturing in America still today.
Manufacturing Careers Are Gaining In Popularity
Why a career in manufacturing? Read this blog and you will find out! It offers nine reasons why people of all ages and backgrounds should consider a career in manufacturing.
This post helps to highlight the positive impacts manufacturing has on the economy, employment, and people’s personal pocketbooks. 2020 and the Covid-19 pandemic created challenges for celebrating this important week. Read how Harmony navigated these challenges and participated in meaningful virtual events statewide.
Celebrating Manufacturer’s Week At Harmony
What is Manufacturers Week?
What are some ways that manufacturers can participate?
How can schools become more active in promoting manufacturing as a potential career?
See it all in this post!
Support Manufacturing In Your Community!
Now that you have had a chance to read some of the posts about this vital industry sector, we hope that you will take the time to support manufacturing in your own communities.
If you would like to learn more about Harmony Enterprises, our core focus of career, community, culture, and company, or our core values, we invite you to spend time on our website. We are currently hiring for several positions, including welders, field technicians, and electrical design engineers. To see all of our open positions, job descriptions, and to apply online, please visit our Careers Page.
If you have questions about the innovative waste and recycling solutions we manufacture here in the U.S.A., we would be happy to talk with you. Please call us at (507) 886-6666 or contact us today!