The depressed U.S. manufacturing sector is about to get a morale boost and a spurred recruiting effort thanks to a $1 million grant from the Timken Foundation. The Timken Foundation, spawned from the Canton, OH, bearings and alloy steel supplier Timken Co., donates the money to the Manufacturing Institute, which is the National Association of Manufacturers' (NAM) education and research arm. Timken's gift is meant to be seed money to build a multi-million dollar effort aimed at educating ...
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