A Call to Arms: South Carolina’s manufacturing thought leaders needed


From the port in Charleston to the inland port in Greer, from Boeing to GKN, from Volvo to BMW and from the hundreds of suppliers in between, the manufacturers of South Carolina are mobilizing.

South Carolina Manufacturing (SCMFG) is seeking contributed editorials, press releases, white papers, case studies and all relevant content on the state’s manufacturing industry including research and development, innovation, community involvement, trends, automotive, supply and distribution, bio tech, and the growing aerospace cluster.

Through an online magazine, bi-weekly E-newsletter, and soon to be monthly print, SCMFG strives to link the state’s manufacturers with their suppliers, their service provides, and their potential clients.

“We are the manufacturer’s marketplace and we want to make South Carolina stronger,” said SCMFG editorial board member and CEO of Life & Safety Consultants Inc., Don Snizaski.

“Having an editorial focus and contributed commentary from industry leaders and true decision makers, will drive SCMFG to the center of communication in the state’s manufacturing community,” he said.

Data collected by the South Carolina Department of Commerce shows manufacturing accounts for $30.9 billion dollars of the state’s gross domestic product.

Because of this demand, SCMFG editorial board member and SCMEP President, Chuck Spangler, said South Carolina needs a magazine focused solely on manufacturing.

“Manufacturing professionals are extremely busy, so having a resource that will bring cutting edge technology, workforce solutions, sustainability, supply chain best practices, and key manufacturing strategies together will be very beneficial to our state,” he said.

All contributed content should be sent to the magazine’s publisher at publisher@mfgpublishing.com.


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