C.S. Automotive Tubing, manufacturer of stainless steel automotive exhaust tubes, plans first North American plant in London, Ontario.
State overturns 2004 court decision that expanded property tax break for companies that use recycled materials to reduce pollution.
China builds safety testing labs and upgrades food safety inspection offices as part of multiyear, $1.1 billion project.
Leaders says if elected, rates will go down by $10; cuts would go into effect in 2008 and be locked in for the next five years.
China Steel's 15 percent stake acquisition aims to ease growing demand among Japanese electrical appliance makers.
U.S. tire importer recalls defective tires that lack safety feature to prevent tread separation.
Closing will affect 254 workers; source says product demand spurred decision.
MSHA official says manufacturing delays prevented Utah coal mine from stockpiling required four days of food, water and oxygen.
Census Bureau reports $359.5 billion in wholesale sales, up 0.6 percent from May and 8.1 percent from June 2006.
World's No. 3 personal computer maker looking to buy Europe's Packard Bell BV to continue foreign market expansion.
Peanut butter production expected to resume at remodeled Georgia plant this month; new testing plan to detect future contamination.
Evacuation ordered after Greenleaf factory fire involving hexane, a flammable gas used in ceramic cutting tool production.
World's largest PepsiCo bottler cuts jobs and keeping only six out of eight business units in U.S. and Canada.
Japanese private-sector's core machinery orders fell a seasonally-adjusted 10.4 percent from May to June.
World's largest mobile phone maker increases 3G mobile technology cooperation with transfer of chipset technology and 200 workers to STMicroelectronics.
$12 million investment from Elkay Cabinet Division offsets losses from closure of window and storefront maker Efco Corp.
British airport handling systems producer ended buyout talks with unnamed suitor.
Allison Transmission commercial and military business sold to Carlyle Group and Onex Corp. for $5.6 billion.
Sypris, Dana's biggest component-part supplier, cuts prices on some parts and make quality enhancements; relieves Dana of purchase obligations.
By Amy Radishofski, Staff Reporter, Manufacturing.netIn a post-9/11 world, Americans are skittish about any foreign influence on U.S. soil, but are we shortchanging ourselves when it comes to foreign business investments?