DENVER, CO, September 20, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As their name implies in no uncertain terms, Blake's Remanufacturing
specializes in offering remanufactured engine parts. However, they can no longer remanufacture these parts if the factories stop manufacturing them in the first place. Because of this, a slump in manufacturing at the beginning of the third quarter had this company as well as many others nervous.
Thankfully, a recent article
by the New York Times reports that not only did manufacturing in the United States jump back up in August, it actually kept on surging upward thanks in large part to the automotive industry.
According to the article, automobile manufacturing in the month of August reached the highest levels that they have seen in six years, which went a long way toward returning hope to the economy. And while another report noted a slight slowdown in manufacturing factory activity during this same month, increased shipments and orders all point toward a marked increase in actual production.
Economists are now predicting that the manufacturing sector will pick up in terms of growth and move even faster over the remainder of 2013, says the article. Although the Institute for Supply Management reported that solid gains had been missing in factory output, the Federal Reserve reported that overall industrial production raised by 0.4 percent in August, with manufacturing production in particular increasing by 0.7 percent.
"These are all very encouraging signs," says a spokesperson from Blake's Remanufacturing.
"The economy has only recently begun to get over the rough patches that it's seen, and to see manufacturing stumble so soon afterward was disconcerting. But now that all reports are indicating that it is picking back up and then some, we feel more secure in our optimism for the industry's immediate future."
The article reports that many businesses are just as hopeful for the future. According to the article, a survey conducted by the Federal Reserve showed that the index of six-month business conditions has improved to one-and-a-half-year highs in September alone. This, explains the article, presents a good sign for business spending.
This improvement that industrial output saw last month points to a degree of underlying momentum in factory activity, the article continues. This momentum is supportive of many economic forecasts that predicted only a slight slowdown in economic growth throughout the current business quarter.
"What it all boils down to is that the economy is still improving, jobs are still being created, and unemployment rates are still dropping," says Blake's Remanufacturing, "which is all obviously a good state to be in overall."
Blake's Remanufacturing is a one stop shop for all engine parts and service needs in the Denver, CO area. They offer a wide selection of remanufactured engine components for which they guarantee top quality performance. These parts include connecting rods, engine blocks, crankshafts, cylinder heads, lifters, camshafts, and rocker assemblies, among many others. With these parts and their professional services, Blake's Remanufacturing can accommodate many different big name brands such as John Deere, Caterpillar, Alco, Komatsu, EMD, and Perkins. Their 24/7 parts hotline allows customers to call in at any time and receive high quality service for any of their remanufacturing needs. Their massive inventory contains well over 20,000 remanufactured parts that have earned them many compliments from satisfied clients.