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Industry "Week" Top 50 "Manufacturing" Companies

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I’m going to start calling the IndustryWeek Top 50 Manufacturing Companies list the Industry”Week” Top 50 “Manufacturing” Companies list.

IndustryWeek is a monthly publication, go figure. That’s just funny to me.

What’s less funny is that Activision, a designer and publisher of videogames, makes their list of top “manufacturing” companies. Lots of software companies on their list. Also lots of oil companies. Strange.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Hello Lean Thinkers,
    As your last word mentions “Strange”
    Most of the companies on the top 50 manufactures listed are not what I would call manufacturers. What do they make (themselves). Over half of them don’t actual produce an article.
    Best Regards

  2. Anonymous says:

    That’s because they are advertisers and sponsors of Manufacturing “weak” events and programs. So, as such they are “manufacturing” the “weak” magazine and web presence. LOL.

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