U.S. Heavy-Manufacturing Firms Stick to Maintenance Plans Amid Rocky Market

U.S. Heavy-Manufacturing Firms Stick to Maintenance Plans Amid Rocky Market

U.S. Heavy-Manufacturing Firms Stick to Maintenance Plans Amid Rocky Market


Attachment: US-HMmaint1Q22

SUGAR LAND--January 7, 2022--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--While the U.S. heavy-manufacturing sector has endured many capital project delays and cancellations since COVID-19's outbreak nearly two years ago, maintenance projects are moving at a brisk pace as plant owners try to keep their existing operations efficient and productive in the face of the omicron variant and supply-chain crises. Industrial Info is tracking more than 230 maintenance-related projects in the U.S. heavy-manufacturing sector that are set to begin before the end of the first quarter, with industrial, commercial, construction and aircraft machinery and equipment accounting for the largest share of the overall spending.

Within this article: Details on some of the many maintenance-related projects in the U.S. heavy-manufacturing sector that are set to kick off from January through March, including those from major companies such as The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA), Parker-Hannifin Corporation (NYSE:PH) and Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE:WHR).

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