From car battery gigafactories to high-speed passenger rail lines to deepwater ports, the Industrial Manufacturing Industry continues to embrace new technologies, including robotics, data-driven automation and 3D printing. Asia has emerged as a global manufacturing powerhouse, but manufacturing-related projects proliferate in other regions, such as North America and Europe. In just the U.S., an estimated 9% of the work force are in the business of making things.
Coverage within in IIR's Industrial Manufacturing Industry:
Encompassing a broad array of industry segments from the manufacturing of semiconductors to the construction of ports and commuter rail lines, Industrial Info's Industrial Manufacturing Industry Platform covers a very diverse range of projects and plants in North America and selected global regions.
Industrial Info provides the most accurate, up-to-date plant and project information for the Industrial Manufacturing Industry, which contains details on 5,200 active projects with a combined value of $609.90 billion and 15,800 facilities and infrastructure locations, providing continually verified intelligence about project milestones, equipment needs, key contacts and much more. In addition, our platform includes information on thousands of canceled or on-hold projects and inactive or decommissioned facilities.
Along with plant and project information, contact details for more than 12,500 key decision-makers for projects and 107,500 key plant contacts are consistently verified and updated, providing you with direct access to the people you need to find!
The automotive sector includes vehicle assembly plants that produce cars, light trucks, buses and commercial heavy-duty trucks, as well as tier suppliers that produce automotive parts.
Transportation Systems Sector
The transportation systems sector includes inland & deepwater ports, airports, light rail, commuter rail and freight rail, including maintenance facilities, rail bridges, substations and railyards associated with mass-transit systems.
Heavy Manufacturing Sector
The heavy manufacturing sector includes facilities that manufacture heavy construction equipment, farm equipment, rail cars & engines, airplanes & airplane parts, shipbuilding supplies, turbines & generators, lawn & garden equipment, compressors, pumps, conveyors, military equipment, household and commercial appliances, mining equipment, oil & gas field equipment, transformers and HVAC equipment and more.
Reports on the infrastructure sector deal with the steam, chilled water, electrical distribution and independent power needs of universities, colleges, prisons and hospitals.
Distribution & Warehousing Sector
The distribution and warehousing sector covers non-refrigerated/frozen warehousing, general goods warehousing, regional distribution/hubs for the United States Postal Service, data centers, as well as air-freight companies such as FedEx, UPS and DHL.
Plastic & Rubber Products Sector
The plastics & rubber products sector involves facilities that manufacture tires, rubber & plastic hosing, belts, gaskets and seals, rubber goods, plastic film & sheet, laminated plastic products, plastic pipe, bottles, foam products and assorted plastic products.
Printing & Publishing Sector
The printing & publishing sector covers facilities engaged in newspaper publishing and printing, lithographic printing, gravure printing and commercial printing.
Semiconductors & Computers Sector
The semiconductors & computers sector deals with plants that manufacture computers, printed circuit boards, semiconductors, solar panels and electronic components.
Housing, Building Products & Furniture Sector
The housing, building products & furniture sector covers facilities that manufacture furniture, asphalt roofing products, kitchen cabinets, millwork, transformers, household appliances, electric lamps and bulbs, switchgear, current-carrying electric devices and storage batteries.
The textiles sector includes both man-made &wool, broad-woven fabric mills, carpet & rugs, yarn-spinning mills, non-woven fabric facilities, and tire cord & fabric products.
Fabricated Metal Products Sector
The fabricated metal products sector consists of facilities that manufacture wire, metal cans, cutlery, hand saws and tools, sheet metal, architectural and ornamental metal work, bolts, nuts & screws, metal stampings, automotive stamping, industrial valves and valve fittings, small arms and ammunition, steel and wire springs, metal foil and leaf, fabricated metal pipe, and general fabricated metal products.
View the full range of SIC codes and descriptions covered in our Production Industry Platform.
Industrial Manufacturing Projects
Our Industrial Manufacturing Project information covers projects from the early planning stages through engineering and RFQs, to project completion.
Due to the large number of Industrial Manufacturing operations, our Plant Platform qualification guidelines are generally based on plant employee count (typically 25-50, depending on the sector). Warehousing & distribution facilities generally have a minimum size of 100,000 square feet, and infrastructure location details are based on infrastructure projects that require a minimum investment of $25 million.
Users can search for operational, pre-commissioned and decommissioned units across all industries. Unit details include startup/stop dates, actual and designed capacity, and more. Users are also given easy access to plant and project information associated with the unit, including key contacts, project scope and schedule, and much more.
Unit profiles also include the following:
Internal Combustion Units
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