Will discuss the changing structure of the US Auto Industry and how it will affect tier-1 suppliers
Auburn Hills, Michigan – July 2007 – Makino has added a speaker to its 2007 Die Mold Expo, to be held September 25-27, 2007 at Makino’s Auburn Hills, Michigan Die Mold Tech Center.
Thomas H. Klier – Senior Economist of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will discuss the changing structure of the U.S. auto industry and how it’s anticipated to impact tier 1 suppliers.
Thomas H. Klier is a senior economist in the economic research department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Klier’s research interests include the effects of changes in manufacturing technology, the structure of the auto industy, the spatial distribution of ecomonic activity, and regional economic development. Since joining the Chicago Fed in 1992, Klier has written widely on the evolving geography of the auto industry.
Klier received his M.B.A. from Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, and a Ph.D. in economics from Michigan State University.
All media requests to speak to Mr. Klier should be directed to Brandon Rhoten at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (513) 346-3588. Register to attend the Makino Die Mold Expo by visiting www.makino.com/expo, or by calling Makino’s Auburn Hills Tech Center at (248) 232-6200 or toll free 1-800-552-3288.
A world leader in advanced CNC machining centers, Makino provides a wide range of high-precision metal-cutting and EDM machinery, including horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, 5-axis machining centers, graphite machining centers, and wire and Ram EDMs. Our flexible automation solutions provide reduced labor costs and increased throughput in a variety of production volumes and designs. With Makino engineering services, we offer industry leading expertise for even the most challenging applications across all industries. For more information call 1.800.552.3288, or visit www.makino.com.
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