Manufacturers are looking for ways to maximize profitability, effectively manage cash flow, and balance costs related to inventory.
The CEO of heavy equipment maker Caterpillar saw the value of his pay package jump as the company's global sales topped $60 billion.
The former executive for Glock Inc. was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in prison, even as his supporters raised questions about his conviction.
I would like to make a case that American manufacturers, in general, need to adopt a new type of organization - the Prospector Organization - in order to grow in the future.
IMPO sat down with three industry experts to discuss key safety and training issues, and to see what’s new in lifting technology.
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A former executive for Glock Inc. convicted of stealing a pistol and millions of dollars from the gun manufacturing giant is set to be sentenced in Georgia for the crime.
Plant leaders and workers alike can easily get so comfortable in their repetitive daily routine that they forget to stay vigilant.
Environmental protection has always been of prominent importance to the Munich-based, worldwide renowned Paulaner Brewery Group.
Diamond Foods is the world’s largest walnut processing plant, with approximately 50 percent of the California walnut crop passing through the doors of its Stockton, CA plant.
A judge has dismissed a personal injury lawsuit that 14 West Virginia families brought against DuPont over a former zinc smelting operation, saying they failed to produce evidence that toxins from the plant made them sick.
Major Japanese photovoltaic cell maker Kyocera Corp. said Tuesday it is considering building a 70,000-kilowatt solar power plant in Kagoshima
One of the most important questions for small manufacturers to answer is “Do you know if you are making adequate margins on each product line, model, or job?”
I think we all need to sometimes need to talk ourselves out of buying things that aren't conducive to our environments.
Top executives at three companies bailed out by U.S. taxpayers during the 2008 financial crisis were ordered to take pay cuts by the federal government.
Masuko said his company is looking toward tie-ups with other automakers on individual projects, but would be reluctant to form a capital alliance.
The chief executive of electric car maker Fisker Automotive has signaled that plans to build vehicles at a former General Motors plant in Delaware may be in jeopardy because of trouble obtaining a loan from the federal government.
Glock Inc.'s former executive was convicted of stealing millions of dollars from the gun maker, but his still firing parting shots against the prosecutors who tried him.
Manufacturers like to do things that are action-oriented, and lead to tangible and believable results.
Both newcomers and veteran Ford workers alike are going through training on what Ford calls the most modern tools in the auto industry.
A Honeywell subsidiary will spend $20 million to expand a production plant in Alabama so that it can aid workers trying to clean up after the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Boeing will create a research and technology center in Brazil to develop aerospace technologies.
Dow Chemical will cut 900 jobs and shutter plants on three continents because of weakness in Europe, which may soon tip back into recession of it has not done so already.
A busy Pepsi-Cola distributor saved time and money with a new stretch wrap film.