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John Engler

National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)


John Engler

John Engler is president of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) representing small and large manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all 50 states. A former three-term governor of Michigan, Engler became NAM president on October 1, 2004. Engler is a leading advocate for the more than 14 million Americans employed directly in manufacturing. He promotes a broad-based agenda for maintaining U.S. competitiveness by lifting unnecessary burdens on manufacturing.


Article | August 31, 2009
The Power of Manufacturing   

By: John Engler

A widespread misperception exists in our country that we have lost our manufacturing base – that manufacturing has migrated to other countries...more >>


Article | August 31, 2008
U. S. Manufacturing: Still in the Driver’s Seat   

By: John Engler

Mark Twain’s comment upon reading his own obituary applies perfectly to American manufacturing in 2008. “The reports of my death have been...more >>


Article | August 31, 2007
News from NAM   

By: John Engler

U.S. manufacturing is threatened by the rising cost and shrinking supply of chemicals that are necessary to make things, according to a new report by...more >>


Article | August 31, 2006
Manufacturing: Fed News is Welcome Relief to Manufacturers   

By: John Engler

Following the (August) Federal Open Market Committee’s decision to keep its target for the federal funds rate at 5.25 percent, NAM issued the...more >>


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