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?
When information and data is stored on voluminous quantities of paper, it cannot be shared, tracked, or acted upon efficiently.
Being linked to the acquisition of Saab's car making assets could help bring the huge, state-owned utility a step closer toward its long-sought goal of breaking into the electric vehicle market.
The explosion occurred when workers were checking a newly installed oxygen unit in the steel melting unit of the Vizag Steel plant.
All manufacturers want to grow, and growth usually means finding new customers and markets and then making the strategy decisions to find the new sales.
General Motors' lossmaking Opel subsidiary has outlined a plan to end production at its plant in Bochum, Germany, in return for extending a no-layoff guarantee for two years through 2016.
A jury has awarded $25M in damages to a New York steel plant employee who says his bosses failed to stop years of racial taunts and insults from his co-workers.
Ford has transformed a nearly 60-year-old assembly plant into the new home of the redesigned Escape, its entry in the ultra-competitive small SUV category. And it's bolstered the workforce to make the vehicle.
Kraft Foods Inc. plans to close a cheese plant in Waupaca and lay off 120 employees in a cost-cutting move.
Akerson ranked Europe at the top of GM's problems, telling shareholders that the company is making progress there.
Akerson says he's cautiously optimistic that U.S. political leaders will agree on an economic package to keep the country from tipping into a recession.
Iraq awarded contracts worth nearly $300M to Indian and Danish firms to set up factories to manufacture oil and gas pipelines, an official said.
GE takes aim at critics, developing a campaign to get America back to work--starting with its own manufacturing facilities.
Columbus Foods was founded in 1917 in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, Calif. In the days before industrial drying equipment.
An Airbus official says the Boeing's decision to close its Wichita plant will likely have a favorable impact on Airbus operations.
Century Aluminum will spend $12.5M in cash to acquire a Dutch production facility that belonged to the former Zeeland Aluminum.
Officials expect a plastic packaging manufacturer to start production this summer at a former Indiana auto-parts factory that closed six years ago.
Lean principles are more than just words in a business textbook or CEO speak. They are common sense ways to increase productivity, quality, and consistency.