Manufacturing is the second-largest sector in Nebraska, delivering 11% or $13 billion of Nebraska GDP annually. The National Association of Manufacturers estimates exports have increased more than 40% between 2010 and 2018. More than 1,990 firms employed more than 100,000 people
with annual average compensation of $62,500, according to a 2017 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Nebraska’s highly productive workforce, affordable real estate and utility costs, low cost of doing business and high-quality transportation networks make the state a natural fit for manufacturing growth. Barriers to growth include the need for full integration of automation as a force multiplier and the ability to attract skilled labor.
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Blueprint Nebraska, a statewide economic development plan, identifies the state’s manufacturing sector as one of its most promising economic growth opportunities.
Advanced manufacturing sectors have seen the most significant growth over the past three decades. Nebraska ranks No. 40 in concentration of advanced industries, according to the Brookings
The Nebraska Chamber is working with Blueprint Nebraska to build partnerships that:
Open the link above to view the presentations from the 2020 Virtual Manufacturing Summit Series.