Utah Lt. Governor to Speak at Composites Workshop

Composites One Press - August 16, 2018

Aug 16, 2018
Composites One is pleased to announce that Spencer J. Cox, Lieutenant Governor of Utah, will make the keynote address at Fly Away with Composites, an advanced composites workshop focused on the aerospace and consumer recreation markets. Lt. Governor Cox is scheduled to address workshop attendees at 12:15 pm on Tuesday, August 21. “We’re thrilled that Lt. Governor Cox will be speaking at our event,” said Marcy Offner, Director of Marketing Communications at Composites One. “Not.... Read More
Utah Lt. Governor to Speak at Composites Workshop

Lieutenant Governor of Utah, Spencer J. Cox, Will Make the Keynote Address at August 21-22 Workshop Presented by Composites One

Trump promotes job training as employers search for workers

Good4Utah | Good4Utah -

Aug 16, 2018
President Trump is echoing what manufacturing employers have expressed about the labor shortage here in Utah. Promoting a robust economy, President Donald Trump pressed U.S. companies and trade associations on Thursday to enhance their job training programs as employers search for qualified skilled workers to fill vacancies. "We need people with training," Trump declared. At an event in the East Room, Trump told corporate leaders and workers that the nation's students and workers need more.... Read More
Trump promotes job training as employers search for workers

Promoting a robust economy, President Donald Trump pressed U.S. companies and trade associations on Thursday to enhance their job training programs as employers search for qualified skilled workers to fill vacancies.

3-D Printing Is Changing Way Air Force Fixes Its Aging Planes

Oriana Pawlyk | Military.com - July 13, 2018

Jul 13, 2018
Three-dimensional printing is becoming more prevalent in the defense industry, as engineers explore the process to make parts for the most sophisticated U.S. weapons, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles. But lesser-known projects have been in the works at a Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, shop that has been producing parts for Air Force aircraft for at least two years. In February, Lt. Gen. John Cooper, deputy chief of staff for logistics, engineering and force protection,.... Read More
3-D Printing Is Changing Way Air Force Fixes Its Aging Planes

Three-dimensional printing is becoming more prevalent in the defense industry, as engineers explore the process to make parts for the most sophisticated U.S. weapons, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles.