The PIG LEAKTRAPPER Universal Absorbent Bag from New Pig Corporation (Tipton, PA) is designed to secure to leaking nozzles, faucets, and valves. The bag captures the nuisance leaks and drips at their source, before they hit the ground or contaminate soil, and helps facilities to avoid EPA violations.
Quantum Storage Systems (North Miami Beach, FL) provides custom shelving systems configured to meet your specific needs. Offered with either wire or steel shelving, bins are manufactured in the U.S. and are available in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles. The heavy-duty polypropylene bin construction ensures years of usage.
Count On Tools Inc. (Gainesville, GA) has introduced the PB 304 Multipurpose Mallet from PB Swiss Tools. The wooden handle consists of FSC-certified hickory from the U.S. and the dimensions of the mallets are adapted to the weights of the hammer heads. Cushioning the recoil by weights in the mallet body allows full and precise strikes.
CIMTECH 46C Metalworking Fluid from CIMCOOL (Cincinnati, OH) has Boeing approval under BAC 5008REVr-Areas 5 and 6. CIMTECH 46C is recommended for moderate duty grinding of hard metals such as cobalt, stellite, and titanium alloys. Designed to meet the strict performance and chemical requirements of aerospace manufacturing, the metalworking fluid has exceptional foam and odor control.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A company that makes canoes, kayaks and paddles is expanding in South Carolina's Greenville County, creating 72 jobs over the next five years. Confluence Watersports said Wednesday it will consolidate its separate manufacturing and distribution operations into one location in Greenville along Interstate 85.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A Morrisville maker of electronic devices intended to thwart drunken drivers filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against the top official at the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles. In its suit, Monitech Inc. says DMV Commissioner Mike Robertson broke state bidding rules by withholding the renewal of its state contract.
NEW YORK (AP) — Delta Air Lines on Thursday confirmed its plan to buy 100 Boeing 737 jets as part of a fleet upgrade, with delivery set for 2013 to 2018. The order announced Thursday is valued at $8.5 billion at list prices, although airlines commonly get discounts. The newer planes offer perks for travelers including a roomier cabin, less engine noise and more room in overhead bins.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With Steve Jobs bowing out as CEO, Apple Inc. must persuade investors and consumers that it doesn't need the force behind the iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad in charge to keep the technology hits coming. Tim Cook, his hand-picked successor, has handled the top job repeatedly in the absence of the ailing Jobs, who resigned as chief executive Wednesday and was elected chairman of Apple's board.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Labor Relations Board has approved a new rule that requires private employers to notify workers about their right to form a union. The rule requires businesses to prominently display posters that explain the right to bargain collectively, distribute union literature and engage in other union activities without reprisal.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Ailing Swedish car maker Saab has delayed salary payments to its staff for the third month in a row as it continues to struggle to fund its operations. Saab spokeswoman Gunilla Gustavs said Thursday it is unclear when payroll is expected to run smoothly again, but it will be done "as soon as we have short-term funding solutions in place.
Only if They Move Beyond Fruits, Veggies and Pedometers. There are many positive things one can say about corporate wellness programs aimed at creating a healthy environment for employees. Much has been written about the profound results companies have found through their wellness programs.
For many years now, the outsourcing of American manufacturing overseas has been common practice. Asia leads the way in producing most consumer goods — from electronics to housewares and everything in between — at far lower cost than would be possible in the States. While this has resulted in a painful transition period for countless American workers, by and large U.
Much has been made of the unemployment rate in the United States. Yes, it is difficult to find work. However, several companies around the country have a number of open positions they can't fill because they are unable to find workers with the skills to do the work. Visit msnbc.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — China has passed an important technological milestone: It became the world's biggest consumer of PCs in the second quarter, according to new market research by IDC. Computer makers shipped about 18.5 million PCs in China in the second quarter, compared with 17.
NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (AP) — One of the state's largest employers on Wednesday announced a multi-million dollar expansion expected to create more than two dozen new jobs, but Rhode Island is still competing with Virginia to be home to a second, much larger expansion project. Toray Plastics (America), which already employs about 600 people in the state, said it would undertake an $11.
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (AP) — An international compressor manufacturer has laid off 100 workers at its Arkadelphia factory because of a seasonal slow-down in the industry. Danfoss Scroll Technologies said in a statement the layoffs of 60 full-time employees and all temporary workers were effective this past Thursday.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (AP) — President Barack Obama is soliciting advice from the co-chairmen of his jobs council on employment boosting initiatives in advance of a major economics address he intends to deliver after Labor Day. The discussions Wednesday morning with General Electric CEO and chairman Jeffrey Immelt and American Express CEO and chairman Kenneth Chenault focused on increasing engineering graduates and adding construction jobs by making buildings more energy efficient.
NEW YORK (AP) — Oil rose Wednesday following news of stronger U.S. manufacturing activity. Benchmark West Texas crude on Wednesday rose 75 cents to $86.19 per barrel in New York, while Brent crude was up $1.34 at $110.65 per barrel in London. Prices climbed after the government reported that orders for long-lasting, durable goods like autos and aircraft increased 4 percent in July, the biggest increase since March.
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Boeing workers are preparing to assemble the company's first 787 made in its new $750 million South Carolina plant. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported (http://bit.ly/pNWt2T) Wednesday that the completed aft section of the plane body was wheeled into the assembly plant earlier this week.
SunPower, one of the leading solar power companies in the United States, has announced it is teaming up with Ford to make a "green" vehicle that features an option that allows is to run entirely on solar power. Just how will this work? If you're having trouble watching this video, try downloading the latest version of Flash Player or contacting your IT department.