American Manufacturing Industry Headed For Growth

July 14, 2022
Phil Cohen

Finishing off 2013 on an impressive note, the manufacturing industry continues to thrive in the new year.  In December, the Institute for Supply Management’s monthly index hit 57, serving as a sure sign of expansion and overall growth within the manufacturing sector.

Although the industry encountered a period of slowed growth last spring, ISM surveys reveal that manufacturing has continued to grow during the past seven months.  Additionally, reports reflecting manufacturing activity in December showed that new orders and hiring rates within the sector were on the rise.

John Ryding of RDQ Economics believes that these positive readings, paired with the upbeat manufacturing report, are promising signs that the manufacturing sector is gaining momentum.  The growing strength within the industry has been prevalent for several months, and only continues to build up.

Furthermore, he mentioned the absence of any disruptions that could potentially impede upon the industry’s continued growth, such as interruptions in supply chains after massive natural disasters. Lastly, ISM reports revealed that October’s federal government shutdown had only a minor impact on manufacturers.

As the manufacturing sector continues to grow, manufacturers must find effective methods for managing their finances in order to thrive within the industry.  Manufacturing invoice factoring can help your manufacturing business grow significantly by providing immediate working capital.  In addition to accelerating company cash flow, manufacturing invoice factoring can help your business increase inventory while providing funding to purchase additional materials.

By factoring your invoices, your manufacturing business will be able to make payroll on time, every time.  Why wait for your customers to pay? See how manufacturing invoice factoring can help you meet your cash flow needs by requesting a free quote online today!

About the Author

Phil is the owner of PRN Funding and sister company Factor Finders. He has been an authority in the factoring industry for over 20 years, serving on the board of directors for several factoring associations.

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