The Next Big Thing: The Story of The Sand Dollar and the Next Big Wave of Sustainable Manufacturing
By 2030, more than half of the world’s steel mill workers will be unionized, according to a new report.
The report, titled “The Next Big Deal: The Tale of The Next BIG Thing,” describes the impact that the rise of the “artisanal steelmaker” has on the future of manufacturing in the 21st century.
It cites several key players, including the global shift away from steel and its use for all kinds of products, including clothing, electronics, and automobiles.
But it also takes a closer look at the origins of the craftsmanship and the legacy of the steel industry that made it what it is today.
For more, check out the video above.
The video features the story of the Sand Dollar, who has changed the way we manufacture and what the next wave of sustainable manufacturing will look like.
As a result, The Next Great Thing is also an inspiring look at a brand that has been at the center of the global conversation about sustainability for over two decades.
“The Sand Dollar is an innovator, an innovators leader, and a champion for sustainable manufacturing,” says Mark Kuchera, co-founder and CEO of The Collective, which is responsible for bringing together the Sand Dollars leadership team and the global manufacturing community to deliver The Next Good Thing to the world.
“In this video, we’re showing the incredible work that Sand Dollar has done over the last few decades, including bringing the craft of steelmaking to the masses.
We’re also showcasing the incredible global impact of this incredible brand, and highlighting the many positive benefits that the craft and the people that make it have to offer.”
The Sand Dollars global footprint has been expanding for the last decade, as it became the biggest player in the craft in the United States and around the world, according the report.
In 2016, Sand Dollar won the “Best Steelmaker” award from the International Steelworkers Federation.
The organization also awarded the company its “World’s Most Innovative” award in 2018, and the SandDollar brand has also been recognized with the prestigious “Global Leadership Award” from the World Economic Forum.
In addition to its annual “World of Steel” event, SandDollars events, and social media presence, Sanddollar has also established its own website, which provides the latest news and information about the brand.
Sand Dollar was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
SandDolls products include a range of high-tech products including stainless steel, aluminum, and titanium, as well as industrial and medical tools, apparel, and home goods.
Sand Dollars is also known for its sustainable efforts, which have included sourcing and manufacturing its own raw materials, creating and manufacturing sustainable plastics, and partnering with partners to support its employees.