Dallas Fed says production index jumped to 18.1 in February from 13.8 in January.
Solution providers must change perception that advanced process controls are too expensive or too complex, according to new research by Frost & Sullivan
Company's manufacturing operations will focus on corrugated packaging and building products.
Samsung Electronics has developed a new graphics memory chip that is approximately 65 percent faster than its nearest competitor.
According to research from Industrial Info Resources, the region has 42 new projects planned that are worth $1.2 billion.
Resulting company will be one of the world’s largest metering companies.
The Financial Times reported Monday that DaimlerChrysler was considering taking a stake in GM in the form of a payment for the Chrysler brand.
If the experts have it right, expect essentially more of the same from the U.S. economy this year.
Transport engineering and biomedical manufacturing show strongest growth.
Several racecar malfunctions could be related to unlead fuel use, but the jury is still out
Says automaker is not honoring terms of contract.
Group agrees to scale back TXU's controversial plan to build coal-fired power plants.
Business taxes, tort reform, health care costs, education top the 2007 Michigan Manufacturing Agenda released Friday by the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA)
Company says customers aren't interested.
German manufacturers less optimistic about the next six months.
Harley-Davidson employees at the company's York, Pa., plant have approved a new labor agreement.
Deal provides for possible termination of original order later this year.
Truck manufacturer will manufacture 1,857 new vehicles and 2,599 new trailers, plus remanufacture 1,130 vehicles as a continuation of its contract.
Research by Industrial Info Resources expects over $2.4 billion in capital and maintenance project spending in 2007.