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.
Spanish trade union says Delphi will close a facility in southern Spain, cutting 1,600 jobs.
Cites increased demand from aerospace, agriculture and energy markets.
VW joins Renault and Hyundai in taking a pass on Chrysler.
Joel Staff will retire as CEO, Mark Jacobs will become president, CEO and board member, and Brian Landrum will become COO.
Utilities must generate one-quarter of their power from renewable sources by 2025.
Future factory hiring and capital spending is forecasted to experience growth also, according to a report released Thursday by Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
DaimlerChrysler cancels plans to build a new engine plant in Kenosha County.
Data released by the Department of Labor noted a decrease in employment for the week ending February 17.
Cincinnati company challenged by high oil and resin prices, and downturn in new business orders.
Report by Frost & Sullivan expects the generator set market to grow from $281.1 million in 2006 to $504.1 million in 2013.
It will appeal the European Commission’s fine since the 9 employees involved are no longer with the company.
AC-DC SPS market is also growing in other Asian countries, but at a slower rate, according to Frost & Sullivan report.
The Confederation of British Industry is reporting that book levels for manufactured goods is at a 12-year high.