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  • Employers Push To Get SA Millennials Into Blue-Collar Trades

    sama-blue-collar-tradeIt's hard to imagine the city ditching its blue-collar roots.

    Just ask Rey Chavez, president of the San Antonio Manufacturers Association. There are over 1,600 manufacturers in the Alamo City. Yet he has growing concerns over meeting future workforce demands. Read More...

  • SAMA mayoral debate to focus on workforce, infrastructure and taxes

    4 candidatesA mayoral debate hosted by the San Antonio Manufacturers Association (SAMA) is expected to focus on workforce, infrastructure and taxation.
  • Working together on labor force benefits us all

    working togetherWorkforce development is a job that never ends. Is our city prepared to meet the needs of a fast-changing economy? That question is nothing new.
  • San Antonoio's Manufacturing Community Offers 2015 Forecast

    johnAlthough the economy of San Antonio was once dominated by tourism, it has diversified over the past three decades. The manufacturing sector has been steadily growing the Alamo City where thousands of industrial jobs are now available. John Dewey with the San Antonio Antonio Manufacturers Association (SAMA) sat down for a Q&A with the Business Journal and provided his insight on what's ahead in 2015.

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  • From the Chairman +

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    Joseph "Joe" Wilson
    Community and Government Relations
    Lockheed Martin Commercial Engine Solutions
    joe.a.wilson@lmco.com

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    It's our responsibility

    Sixteen years ago, I approached St. Philip’s College to discuss how our industry could establish a program to develop future aviation mechanics. It was a time of transition when Kelly Air Force Base was closing and private defense firms were assuming much of the workload. Large scale military downsizing dried up our traditional source of finding workers. And with a 15-year Air Force contract, and a very “mature” civil-service work force, we had a looming problem.

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    Add your company logo as one of eight sponsors of the SAMA Newsletter. The 2,000 piece, printed publication is produced each quarter annually and mailed to state and city officials, members and non members. Newsletter also posted and archived online with links from sponsor logo to their website.

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  • Economic Impact Study - 2012 +

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    The manufacturing industry is one of the largest sectors of the San Antonio economy. Its economic impact in 2011 was .5 billion, excluding the positive impact of exported products.

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