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Manufacturing 2007 Executive Summary
For a decade, IndustryWeek and the Manufacturing Performance Institute (MPI) Census of Manufacturers have provided data to US manufacturers. This year, MPI

2007 mark  anticipate increased revenues in 2007 vs. 2006; surprisingly, 53% of those who had decreased output in the past 12 months still anticipate increased revenues in 2007. Productivity among the plants (as measured by U.S. dollar5 sales per employee) was a median $172,500. That figure is led by U.S. plants at median $174,000, which surpasses the U.S. mark in 2005 of $150,000 per employee. Productivity had increased in the past year at 69% of plants (71% of U.S. plants and 60% of Canada plants). Fifteen

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