Wausau, WI-based Linetec is an architectural finishing company that takes seriously its delicate relationship with its state’s natural beauty.
Even when pointing to the characteristics (or price) of your product, never assume that these “benefits” are a no brainer.
The CEO of General Motors' loss-making European business abruptly stepped down on Thursday, a sign that the automaker's top management wants to speed up what has been a slow-moving restructuring plan.
Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire has been building a close relationship with Boeing's chief rival, Airbus, and said Wednesday that she was previously ready to recruit the company to build a new manufacturing site in the state.
Battery maker Valence Technology Inc. said Thursday that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, in hopes of boosting its liquidity and refocusing itself on its core lithium phosphate markets.
The $1.79B offer is "a lot of money" for a struggling company with old product lines that has spent little on research and development, several analysts said.
Smith says someone hacked into Todd Tool & Abrasive Systems's phone system in 2009 and made nearly $900,000 in calls to Somalia.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. said Wednesday it has decided to sell its vehicle plant in the Netherlands for 1 euro to Dutch bus and industrial machine maker VDL Groep BV on the condition that it will maintain some 1,500 jobs there.
As electronic systems migrate deeper into systems that may present changing situations during the operating lifecycle, the designer must remember to address every facet or risk compromising product performance in certain situations.
Boeing and archrival Airbus were caught in a fierce dogfight for orders at the Farnborough Airshow Tuesday, with both aircraft manufacturers unveiling multi-billion deals.
PepsiCo Inc. has opened its sixth food manufacturing plant in China to strengthen its position in the growing market.
General Electric Co. said Tuesday it will spend $70 million to expand a battery factory in Schenectady, N.Y.
A joint venture between Japan's Honda Motor Co. and China's Dongfeng Motor Corp. held a ceremony Tuesday to mark the start of production at its second plant in Wuhan, Hubei Province.
Production in general doesn’t know the value of using reliability tools, such as root cause analysis, as a business tool to gain consistent high productivity.
The demise of the only company that manufactured a device specially designed to spray fire retardant from the back of U.S. military C-130 cargo planes has some experts worried about the future viability of a program that has helped fight wildfires for 40 years.
Officials in a central Indiana county are hoping the third time is the charm for a sprawling factory that's already seen two planned tenants file for bankruptcy.
More and more production and fabrication work looks like it is coming back to developed economies, so how can countries take advantage using unpaced production lines?
A123 Systems Inc., a maker of batteries for electric vehicles which is struggling to stay in business, said Friday that it plans to sell stock and warrants to raise about $9M in proceeds after expenses.
Ramtron International Corp. said Thursday that a bid by rival chip maker Cypress Semiconductor Corp. to buy the company for about $91.4 million is "inadequate" and not in the best interest of Ramtron or its shareholders.
The time to initiate a bird management plan is not when the house sparrow flies through the door, as it will be too late.
Caught in the middle are hundreds of workers at the northern Ohio tank plant who are worried about losing high-paying manufacturing jobs at a time when those positions are scarce.
The Denver Post reports Wednesday that GE has told state and local officials that it plans to postpone construction of its PrimeStar solar panel plant by 14 to 18 months.
Aircraft maker Hawker Beechcraft is narrowing down a list of potential buyers as part of its plan to emerge from bankruptcy reorganization.
Shifang city announced Tuesday it has scrapped plans for a copper plant after thousands of people protested the project's possible public health risks.
It's often said that if you really want to find ways to improve your business, ask an employee. At its Hagerstown plant, Volvo did ask — and the result is "significant savings," according to company representatives.