Dealing with end-of-lifespan issues related to distributed control systems is an unwanted task for any manufacturer.
GM's struggling European unit Opel says its board of directors has signed off on a turnaround plan that envisages cost cuts, new models, and efforts to win new export sales.
A federal court concluded that UCC is not liable for any environmental remediation or pollution-related claims made by residents near the Bhopal plant site in India . . .
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer and U.S. company Boeing say they've agreed to share technical knowledge and market assessments on the development of a Brazilian military cargo plane.
MSCI says it removed Caterpillar from indexes that track socially responsible investments, citing concerns about the Israeli military's use of company bulldozers.
U.S. carmaker Ford Motor Co. says it will close its 13-year-old assembly plant in the Philippines at the end of the year.
Pig iron from a blast furnace leaked at JFE Steel Corp.'s West Japan Works steel plant burned around 20 meters of control cable before the fire was extinguished two hours later, company officials said.
Those purchasing building wire should be aware that wire manufactured “on the cheap” may come in the same sizes as high quality wire, but that does not mean it will perform as well as better quality wire.
EPA, Manufacturing Alliance of Communities, and other officials gathered Tuesday for a discussion on the challenges that auto communities face, and how to move forward.
Baldor Electric Co. agreed Monday to pay $2 million to settle a discrimination allegation by the U.S. Labor Department, but the company denied bias in its hiring practices.
Ghosn said the automaker needs to conserve cash despite its quick recovery from a year of disasters as the global economic outlook is highly uncertain.
Caterpillar Inc. announced Monday that it plans to spend the next several months studying ways to modernize its 45-year-old headquarters in Peoria.
Indiana-based Haynes International Inc. announced a $37M expansion at its manufacturing plant in Arcadia, and plans on creating 19 new jobs at the site.
Mid-sized companies are the growth engine of U.S. economy and are expected to outpace larger companies in growth over the next 12 months.
Quite a bit more damaging than a few lost plastic houses, fraud in manufacturing companies seems to be becoming more and more common.
Nissan Motor Corp. announced plans Monday for an $800 million factory in China's northeast as part of efforts to expand sales in the world's biggest auto market.
How big is a sneaker's carbon footprint? In a quest to find out, Puma is looking at environmental costs inflicted at every step of the manufacturing process.
LMV Automotive Systems is building a new facility in the Kansas City area with the help of up to $5.6 million of incentives from Missouri.
Kraft Foods Group is asking state officials for a grant of up to $456,000 for upgrades to its manufacturing facility in Dover.
Nissan said its Chinese unit Donfeng Motor has begun constructing its fourth Chinese plant, to start operating in 2014 with an initial output capacity of 150,000 vehicles.
Steel Dynamics plans to spend $18.5 million on expanding and buying new equipment for a northeastern Indiana plant that is the company's largest.
The Herald of Rock Hill reports that the line, which makes lightweight coated paper used in magazines and advertising fliers, will shut down June 30.
Manufacturers of consumer packaged goods (CPG) need to work closely with retailers of all sizes in order to get their products into the right hands.
Ford Motor Co. will bring a tiny gas-stingy engine to the U.S. from Europe next year, challenging the fuel economy of current hybrid cars, a company official said.