Problems Facing the Tool and Die Industry: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, First Session, Pursuant to H. Res. 66 ...
United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Special Small Business Problems
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969 - Tool and die industry - 476 pages
Examines sharp drop in business of tool and die firms due to auto and aircraft industries operation of their own tool and die divisions. Also considers industry lack of capital and inability to renovate shops and update equipment.
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ADDABBO agencies aircraft American Motors auto automobile automotive industry automotive manufacturers BOGART BRATTON captive shops CARR Chairman Chevrolet Chrysler CLEVELAND commercial competitive computer-aided design contract shops Contracting Officer cost customers Defense Mobilization Department of Defense Detroit area diemaking dollars economic electrical discharge machining employees firms Fisher Body fixtures going GORMAN Government Government-owned production equipment HORTON HUNGATE in-house capacity in-house tooling increase independent shops independent tool job shops KERIGAN labor LASCO leasing Lessee machine tools maintenance ment metal Michigan milling machine million molds Motors numerical toolmaking numerically controlled machine ODEN operations output percent piece of equipment plant POTVIN precision machining prime contractor problems procurement Professor SMITH purchase question rental rates RILEY servomechanism skilled small business STANWIX-HAY statement subcommittee subcontracts substantial suppliers tape templates tion tool-and-die toolrooms