Manufacturers Related Quotes
“So many manufacturers are producing open-toes for fall, suede for spring. I feel like it's really up to the individual.”
Let us hope manufacturers can come up with a diaper that is environmentally sound. To go back to cloth would send us back to the day when breathing and raising a baby at the same time were incompatible.
Much of the big media outlets in North America are owned by arms manufacturers, like Westinghouse, or G.E. [General Electric]. That's unacceptable. So we're not getting editorial policy, we're not getting a vision of truth. People just don't know what is going on anymore, and that's really dangerous stuff.
“We can help manufacturers address regulatory issues. Because U.S. manufacturers sell their products worldwide, they must meet emission regulations imposed by nations in Europe and Asia. We make the measurements companies need to improve their products.”
An increase in the relative price of products from the low wage manufacturers in Asia and Latin America will also make those products less attractive to American consumers.
“Because manufacturers can accurately follow the overall process flow, they can find out critical process steps and adjust them accordingly to increase inlay yield, and end users will get products where performance variations are smaller.”
With Android I get to choose from many different products from many different phone manufacturers. With iOS, I get what Apple gives me. Which isn't necessarily bad, but it's not always the best fit for my personal or business communication needs.
“The remedy is to have the five major domestic U.S. manufacturers disgorge the illegal profits that they've made over the decades that we allege that they engaged in these illegal, anticompetitive activities,”
“The Justice Department would require an agreement by Microsoft to banish all contracts that prevent equipment manufacturers and Internet service providers from promoting competitors' products. The is the non-negotiable minimum for the Justice Department.”
“I can't tell you how bad this is for consumers, ... a product liability bailout for manufacturers who have weak roofs today and will continue to be allowed to have weak roofs in the future.”