The Commerce Department said Tuesday in its advance estimate of GDP by industry that real growth in manufacturing rebounded to 3.3 percent in 2006, up from 2.2 percent in 2005.
Toyota sold more vehicles globally in a quarter than General Motors (GM), preliminary January-March figures show for the first time.
Sankvik acquiring iExtec Screens and Crushers, and Fintec Crushing and Screening, both mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturers.
Agilent has announced a breakthrough for in-line 3D X-ray inspection systems that can detect printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) solder and manufacturing assembly defects.
Innovative Paper Technologies makes technical papers, boards and laminates; Powell supplies non-woven polyester mats for the electrical industry.
The SUGV Early, a Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle, weighs less than 30 pounds.
As part of a restructuring plan, Hershey will close its Reading plant and eliminate 260 jobs.
NAM Presdient Engler suggests using health information technology (health IT) to reduce inefficiencies in the health care system.
The Food and Drug Administration's oversight of what Americans eat is the larger focus of a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing scheduled for Tuesday.
Pinchuk succeeds Jack Michaels, Snap-on’s chairman and CEO, who was also president.
Company will expand its plant at Pease International and could add 350 jobs.
Egypt is gaining popularity as an investment destination due to its geographic location.
Project spending has increased 30 percent over 2006 levels for each month in the first quarter, according to Industrial Info Resources.
Masafumi (Mark) Harano will become president on May 1, 2007; he was president of Suzuki Canada.
Company will operate under Aditya DURA Pvt. Ltd. and expects to begin manufacturing components in India by the first quarter of 2008.
Acquisition of Automatika and Applied Perception will allow Foster-Miller to strengthen its position in robotic market.
Fashion accessory company says it must move belt manufacturing from Yoakum facility to offshore operations to remain competitive.
Company said Monday that it received a $7.7 million contract to supply process-control technologies to the plant from Korean-based GS Engineering and Construction.
Company’s biologics pipeline to expand from 7 percent to 27 percent and its total pipeline will increase from 45 projects to 163 projects.
Supreme Court Considering Making It Easier For Industrial Companies To Recover Environmental Cleanup CostsApril 23, 2007 6:43 am | News | Comments
Discrepancy in Superfund laws over who can sue and when to recover money spent on hazardous waste site cleanup will be considered in environmental case before the Supreme Court.