PwC provides advisory, assurance, or tax services to all of the Industrial Manufacturing companies listed in the Fortune 500. Our Industrial Manufacturing practice comprises a global network of industry professionals who provide assurance, tax, and advisory services to public and private industrial manufacturing companies around the world. PwC's specialists are recognized for their innovation in resolving complex business issues through analysis, and the development and implementation of tailored solutions. Central to the successful delivery of our services is an in-depth understanding of today’s industry issues, in addition to a wealth of specialized resources and best practices.
|Assembling value: Q3 2013
PwC's quarterly review of merger & acquisition activity in the industrial manufacturing industry.
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US-based industrial manufacturing executives are surveyed about the state of the economy and their expectations for business growth over the next 12 months. Find their outlooks for growth, margins, M&A, international sales and their workforces in the full report.
|A homecoming for US manufacturing? Why a resurgence in US manufacturing may be the next big bet
The manufacturing sector in the US is rebounding. Factors that could impact reshoring decisions include labor, materials, transportation/energy costs, market demand, the availability of talent and capital, tax rates, and currency fluctuations.
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|Assessing tax: 2012 tax rate benchmarking study
Our annual tax rate benchmarking study for industrial products and services companies. This edition includes a section with benchmarking data for industrial manufacturing companies.
|Shale gas: A renaissance in US manufacturing?
A PwC analysis finds that full-scale and robust shale gas development through 2025 could yield a number of potential benefits for the industrial manufacturing, chemicals, and metals industries.
|Achieving excellence in production and supply
This is the latest installment in our "Manufacturing Excellence" series that identifies how the manufacturing sector can position itself for long term success by identifying and preventing supply chain risk, linking demand planning with the value chain, and much more.
|Customer collaboration designs excellence: How manufacturing companies are collaborating with customers to build relationships and revenue
Manufacturing companies are reaching across the supply chain to understand how consumers of their products impact their decision-making, which enable them to improve their own products and cut costs.
|Industrial manufacturing publications
Publications of interest to industrial manufacturing company executives on sustainability, M&A, the economic outlook, taxation, and the future of manufacturing.
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