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Top 5 AMT NOW Articles of 2023

From tech trends and economic forecasts to the information needed to excel at IMTS 2024, AMT delivered insights to inboxes throughout 2023. Take a look back at the articles that caught the attention of AMT NOW readers last year.
Jan 16, 2024

The AMT NOW enewsletter is one of the many benefits of membership in AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology. Throughout 2023, the newsletter provided information to help manufacturing technology companies grow, connect, and access new opportunities. From tech trends and economic forecasts to the information needed to excel at IMTS 2024, AMT delivered insights to inboxes throughout 2023.  Review AMT’s top articles of 2023 and get ready for 2024.  

  1. IMTS 2024 Floor Plan Released – Changes on Tap – Learn about the show’s new floor plan, new partners, and record-setting registration numbers (already).

  2. AMT Elected New Board Leadership at March Board of Directors Meeting – Meet the 2023-2024 board members.  

  3. AM Investment Trends – Follow the money in additive manufacturing with an AMT analyst.  

  4. Tragedy or Comedy: The Economic Story in Data – Use data to track your performance and anticipate changing customer demand.  

  5. August Orders of Manufacturing Technology Grow 16.1% From July, Totaling $404.2 million; Large OEMs Increase Purchases of Specialized Machinery – Access essential data about manufacturing technology orders.

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