Manufacturing Industry Professionals
|654,201||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$185.00/M|
Manufacturing Industry Professionals reaches executives at all job levels of manufacturing companies throughout the United States. Manufacturing companies focus on the production of merchandise for use or sale using human driven labor and machines, tools, chemical and biological processing. The finished goods may be used for manufacturing other more complex products such as cars, household applicances and hardware, or sold to wholesalers, who in turn sell them to retailers, who then sell them to consumers.
Manufacturing businesses can be very simple, with only a few parts required for assembly, or they can be very complicated with many parts needed to create a finished product. Manufacturing businesses usually have more legal regulations and environmental laws to deal with. These things can range from scrutinized labor laws to environmental and pollution issues. Although labor unions are not as common as they used to be, they still heavily exist in the manufacturing industry, where wages, benefits and other rights are negotiated. Professionals working in this industry have to manage their time and resources effectively because they're under tight deadlines.
These Professionals recommend and approve purchases related to manufacturing technology providers, manufacturing publications and technical guides, training programs, hardware and software offers, event coordination, travel, banking services, procurement, continuing education, financial offers, office supplies, telecommunications, and credit cards.
Employee Size (20.00/M) 1-4 6,917 5-9 7,413 10-19 23,275 20-49 38,522 50-99 23,879 100-249 22,047 250-499 17,744 500-999 7,697 1,000 - 4,999 25,213 5,000 - 9,999 7,855 10,000 + 16,473 Phones (65.00/M) Phones 617,612 English Titles (20.00/M) Analysts 2,300 Buyer 9,767 Chief Engineer 2,886 Chief Executive Officer 11,395 Chief Financial Officer 1,584 Chief Information Officer 2,293 Chief Operation Officer 3,729 Consultants 3,262 Design Engineer 61,836 Director 32,664 Electrical Engineer 4,144 Engineer 178,010 Engineering Executive 12,302 Facilities Manager 2,181 Information Technology Manager and staff 8,381 Manufacturing Engineer 4,238 Marketing Director/manager 9,833 Mechanical Engineer 2,894 Operations Manager and Staff 13,216 Owner 10,365 Partner 2,591 Plant Manager 8,565 President/Vice President 70,227 Project Manager 5,604 Research and Development Manager 8,828 Sales Director/Manager 20,241 Senior Engineer 3,433 Systems/Process Engineer 6,578 Specific Industry (20.00/M) Aftermarket Services 2,148 Agriculture 4,854 Aircraft or Aerospace 3,356 Brokerage Companies 3,210 business/inv/capital venture 11,406 Chemicals 233,727 Communications/networking 227,895 Construction/Architect 8,464 consulting 120,356 Consumer Electronics or Applicances 1,889 Distributor/Wholesaler 3,125 Education 4,389 Electrical 217,517 Electronic Instruments or Test Equipment 5,790 Fabricated Metal Products 1,690 Financial Plannig 3,653 Food/Beverage Equipment or Machinery 5,561 Government 18,617 HVAC/Plumbing 2,719 Industrial Controls 7,045 Insurance Agent Company 203,222 IT 9,245 Maintenance 405,694 other Manufacturing 6,188 Material Handeling 5,569 Medical Devices 1,775 Medical Institute/Dev/Diagnosis 2,489 other 4,118 Packaging Equipmment 2,824 Pest Control 36,650 Petroleum 45,784 Pharmaceuticals/chemicals 8,880 Photovoltaics 6,011 Plastics and Rubber 12,674 Securities Firm 225,883 Semiconductors or Other Electronic Components 3,863 Service prov ider 4,300 Toys/Sporting Goods 5,561 Transportation/Automotive 285,629 Wire House 19,035
|State / SCF / Zip||$15.00/M|