Emerson Industrial Automation, which provides electrical and mechanical systems for manufacturing plants will be shuttered in the next 18 months.
Nissan Motor Co. will halt operation of one of its two production lines at its main plant in Yokosuka, cutting back its annual domestic production capacity by 15 percent, company sources said.
RG Steel LLC has reached an agreement with its unsecured creditors committee to extend the sale of the bankrupt steelmaker's assets.
Handbooks have morphed into a bureaucratic tool to control employee behavior, which eventually takes away the autonomy of the supervisor and the worker.
Toyota Motor Corp. has been hammered by the strong yen, putting extra pressure on the automaker to stay lean and come up with new innovations to ride out the challenge, a senior executive said Thursday.
Honda Motor Co. said Wednesday it will start recycling rare earths and other key materials in hybrid auto batteries this year — a key innovation in the Japanese automaker's effort to be green.
Research In Motion said it has started laying off employees as part of its restructuring plan aimed at saving about $1 billion this year.
Unsecured creditors fear the process is being rushed and asked that a Thursday hearing to approve proposed bid procedures be postponed. RG Steel opposed that request.
North Country business owners traveled to Canada to recruit manufacturers, speaking in Quebec's native French about opportunities to expand their operations into New Hampshire.
"What that means, quite literally, is that no materials leave this plant and end up in a landfill," said Mike Robinson, GM's vice president of sustainability and global regulatory affairs.
Getting a chance to see industry leaders take the stage and brag about what they do best is a great way for me to really see the passion, business intelligence, and talent that drives these developments.
Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd says there was some sort of steam explosion at the plant.
Oracle Corp.'s stock slipped amid reports that the business software maker is preparing to announce a reorganization that could include the departure of the company's top sales executive in North America.
A multi-alarm fire has swept through Camden's Magnetic Metals plant.
Top Boeing Co. executives were in Wichita on Monday to celebrate tornado recovery efforts by parts supplier Spirit AeroSystems Holdings.
Buckeye Technologies slid 8 percent in Monday trading as the fiber and woven goods maker announced that it is shuttering its Florida plant temporarily to deal with a mechanical failure.
The embezzlement pushed Applied Plastics Machining to the brink of bankruptcy. But it didn't crumble and die. Instead, the Southeast Portland manufacturer survived thanks to the sweat and perseverance of its owners.
Honolulu-based commercial solar power company Hoku Corp. says its chief executive officer is resigning and that it is exploring selling subsidiary Hoku solar.
Federal prosecutors say the former vice president of Control Components Inc. has pleaded guilty to bribing a Greek official to obtain contracts.
By tossing out paper-based processes and automating a digital workflow, manufacturers can improve payment accuracy and productivity while substantially cutting costs.
Sticky powders present processors with unique material conveying challenges involving volumetric auger fillers that dispense powders, granulars, and flakes for packaging.
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda assured shareholders Friday that Japan's top automaker had recovered from last year's disasters even as power shortages continue to dog the country.
An auto-industry supplier is planning a $10M expansion of a facility in Bowling Green with plans calling for two new production lines and an add-on to the existing building.
The AM General factory that once made Hummer SUVs will be retooled in the coming month to start producing a luxury version of a wheelchair-accessible car.
Which would you trust more to keep track of your company’s physical assets: a human’s memory, or a computer’s?